|Full name||Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) ‘Najavo Princess’.|
|Name status||Accepted, the valid name for a unique cultivar.|
Established with a description by Plant Delights (1998, p. 52).
|Origins||Seedling from Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) ‘Snowcap’ crossed with Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) ‘Michael Casey’, selected some time before 1996 by Kevin Vaughn (personal correspondence, January 2022).|
|Classification||Like other hardy garden hybrids, it is now placed in the Andersoniana Group. These hybrids are sometimes mislabelled as Tradescantia virginiana or the invalid botanical hybrid Tradescantia × andersoniana.|
|Availability||Available from a small number of nurseries in the USA.|
Described by Kevin Vaughn (personal correspondence, January 2022).
|Cultivar group||Tradescantia Andersoniana Group.|
|Growth habit||Clean and vigorous.|
|Flowers||White, with a stripe of turquoise on each petal, and turquoise style arms.|
Plant Delights Nursery, Inc. (1998). “It’s not easy being variegated!”: 1998 Sales Catalog and Plant Owner’s Manual.