The best place to start with the care of a Tricolor plant is to provide them with a well-draining soil that has equally mixed parts of organic matter such as peat moss and perlite. Watering should be thorough but not constant to prevent root rot. Keep temperatures between 15-26°C (60-80°F). Tricolor plants are fine with just about any light as long as it isn’t direct.
Taking one look at the foliage of a Peperomia ginny plant, it isn’t hard to tell that they are rather sensitive. The pink tint around the edge of the leaves is what gives it away!
Once again, this plant proves how adaptable it is by being perfectly fine when placed in anywhere from low to bright light. Fluorescent lighting isn’t even all that lacking for a Tricolor plant.
The soil does need to be thoroughly saturated during watering sessions, with the opportunity to dry out completely before being hydrated again.
In fact, overwatering is a common issue amongst Peperomia owners. To avoid root rot, aim to water your Tricolor plant every ten days or so, checking the soil to make sure that it’s properly drying out between sessions.