Question by  baxlash (49)

What should I know about keeping a wandering jew indoors?


Answer by  whoareyou (3483)

Wandering Jews can thrive indoors as much as out. They need a fair amount of sunlight, so good window is key. They are temperamental about water, keep in mind to water it more in the winter when you have the heater/fireplace going, and a less in the summer when you have it cool inside.


Answer by  colo22 (278)

Hardy plant that can grow in almost any type of soil. Easy to care for, and easy to root in water. Once established do not over water. To be noted: handling the plant can cause allergic reaction/skin irritation, so keep children and pets away from plants.


Answer by  kp671 (56)

Although the old saying about a wandering Jew may sound funny, it really is a reference to the Diaspor and persecution of the Jews.


Answer by  Kris (797)

Keep your plant in a small hanging basket, no bigger than eight inches across. Wandering Jews prefer a warmer spot, so try keeping them in a sunny south-facing window. Water often, keeping the soil moist to the touch. Prune the plant periodically to keep it from looking long and thin. Pruning encourages growth. Cuttings can be rooted in water.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Do not let the cat eat it mine did the plant isnt able to handle it just water it make sure it gets sun every day.

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