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I've been searching and can't figure out what type of plant this is. It's tripled in size since I got it free on Craigslist a year ago, but I would love to still read about care or know when to report it. It's vines coil and the leaves are purple underneath. Also, there's a bunch of white dots that appeared on the top of the soil 3 or so months ago. Should I be concerned? It doesn't seem to have impacted the plant at all.

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April 20, 20170 found this helpful

This looks like a Wandering Jew plant. It makes a great hanging plant as well.

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April 20, 20170 found this helpful

Could be a teddy bear plant.

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April 21, 20170 found this helpful

Most people think of the purple and/or variegated plant when they hear Wandering Jew but there is a variety of green also. It is very easy to care for and new plants from cuttings usually do very well.

Here are some photos and also some care instructions. Check some of these out and see if they match your plant.

http://floridat  0fluminensis/735

https://www.hou  how-to-grow-care  =_epihdvCMZF0PM:

Here is one for sale on eBay:

http://www.ebay  ew-/201684036454

Could the white stuff on the soil have been something like perlite that was mixed in the soil when planted?

https://www.gar  potting-soil.htm

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