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Common Name: Spiderwort|
Scientific Name: Tradescantia virginiana
Family Name: Spiderwort (Commelinaceae)
Other Common Names: Indian Paint, Moses in the Bulrushes
Flower Color: Violet
Habitat: Wood edges, thickets, roadsides, often cultivated
General Bloom Dates: April - July
The 3/4 to 1 1/2 inch flowers are violet colored and can be found at the terminal end of the flower stalk. The petals are symmetric accented by the golden yellow stamens. The leaves are long and thin, very much like the Iris.
This plant is called "Spiderwort" because when the stalk is broken, the sap forms filaments that resemble a spiders web. Others think that the leaves look like a squatting spider, because as they grow their weight cause them to droop downward at the tips. The name Indian Paint comes from the rash that develops when the sap comes in contact with the skin.
Modern Uses of this Plant:
All species of the Spiderwort are considered edible. The most common use is to mix the young leaves into a salad. These same leaves can be cooked for a mere ten minutes to offer a potherb that can be enjoyed with a meal. With a little more work the flower heads can be candied by slightly brushing them with whipped egg whites and sprinkling in sugar. It is good to dip them in water and allowed to dry prior to adding the egg white and sugar.
Medicinally the leaves can be made into a poultice and used to treat insect bites and sores on the skin. The roots are considered a laxative and a tea of the root has been used for stomach aches.
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