‘Navajo Princess’


Full nameTradescantia (Andersoniana Group) ‘Najavo Princess’.
Name statusAccepted, the valid name for a unique cultivar.

Established with a description by Plant Delights (1998, p. 52).
OriginsSeedling from Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) ‘Snowcap’ crossed with Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) ‘Michael Casey’, selected some time before 1996 by Kevin Vaughn (personal correspondence, January 2022).
ClassificationLike 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.
Legal protectionNone.
AvailabilityAvailable from a small number of nurseries in the USA.


Described by Kevin Vaughn (personal correspondence, January 2022).

Cultivar groupTradescantia Andersoniana Group.
Growth habitClean and vigorous.
FlowersWhite, 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.