Campella zanonia (Mexican Flag)
An extraordinary plant, reminiscent of a prettier Variegated Ginger. It has an erect growth habit with bamboo-like stems and longitudinally striped leaves in green and white, sometimes with a faint red margin. In summer, they will produce tiny white flowers held inspicuously close to the foliage. They are fairly easy to grow and propigate: while they prefer regular water, they can tollerate some drought surprisingly well, and will form clumps that may be divided or have stem cuttings taken and rooted. During a chilly winter, they may be deciduous, but will be evergreen during a milder one.
One major point of contention is their name and classification. They are also listed as Tradescantia zanonia, and when listed as a Campella, no one agrees if it is spelled Campella or Campelia. Irreguardless of the name, however, it is still an excellent plant.