Why is my Tradescantia getting brown spots?
The Tradescantia Nanouk will most likely develop brown spots under low humidity levels. The severity of browning worsens when exposed to direct sunlight, dry air, and underwatering. For these reasons, placing the Tradescantia Nanouk in a sheltered area where it can receive bright indirect light is best.
Can you fix browning leaves?
Water plants heavily and repeatedly to flush out the soil and prevent tip burn. The heavy watering leaches away built-up salts. If plants start to show brown tips as soil thaws in spring, they may have been exposed over winter. Flush the soil through heavy watering right away.
Does Tradescantia like direct sunlight?
Tradescantia loves bright light. It will grow in full sun to partial shade outdoors, however, monitor how long they get full sun, particularly if you live in a hot climate. Tradescantia can only take so much heat before it begins to brown. Move it to a location with partial shade or full shade, which it really enjoys.