Spiderwort Sun Or Shade – Which One Is Favorable?

Spiderwort sun or shade is a debatable topic with most gardeners preferring to grow it under the sun while others prefer the shade. This plant is a favorite wildflower popularly grown by many gardeners.

Growing Spiderwort Flower

Spiderworts are easy to grow and their plants are quite resilient. They’re hardy in USDA zones 4 to 9 and tolerate more than what one would expect.

These plants do well in partial shade but also do well in sunny areas as long as the soil is kept well moisturized.  You can grow these plants indoors or outdoors and they will thrive.

Spiderwort Sun Or Shade

Once flowering has ceased, cut back the plants to promote a second bloom and prevent re-seeding.  Cut the stems back to about 8 to 12 inches from the ground. You can divide the plants in spring every three years or so.

Caring For Spiderwort Under Sun Or Shade

Spiderwort Sun Or Shade – Which One Is Favorable?

This lovely plant provides you not just with the bloom but with lovely vegetation and ambiance around your garden or house.