|Full name||Tradescantia ‘Purple Bicolor’.|
|Name status||Established but questionable, it may refer to a unique cultivar or may be a synonym for Tradescantia fluminensis ‘Lavender’.|
Established with a description by R. Vincent, Jr & Sons Co. (1925, p. 23).
Based on the name and description, it most likely refers to Tradescantia fluminensis ‘Lavender’, but there is not enough information to definitively link it to any plant known today. The name is established and treated as lost or an unknown synonym.
|Availability||The name is most likely a synonym for Tradescantia fluminensis ‘Lavender’, still in cultivation. But this is not certain, so the plant is assumed to be lost.|
Described by R. Vincent, Jr & Sons Co. (1925, p. 23).
|Foliage||White and green striped.|
R. Vincent, Jr. & Sons Co. (1925). Descriptive Catalogue. Internet Archive link.