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    Amethyst Kiss Spiderwort Add a kiss of blue to your beds, borders, and containers. Amethyst Kiss is a brand-new spiderwort that features larger flowers in larger clusters -- with bluer flowers -- than other varieties. Amethyst Kiss blooms from May through fall. During the heat of summer, its bright blue flowers may close up in early afternoon. Spiderwort is a reliable bloomer and easy-care perennial. Name: Amethyst Kiss Tradescantia 'Radtrad' Growing Conditions: Full sun to light shade

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