Common Name: Variegated Oyster Plant, Variegated Boat Lily/Plant, Variegated Moses-in-the-basket, Ive also heard it called wanderng jew plant, but I dont think it's used as much any more.
Family name: Commelinaceae
Plant type: An ornamental perennial succulent herb, native to Tropical Central America.
Light: The Rhoeo loves full sun to partial sun. Can tolerate shade but for more vibrant color keep it in the sun as much as possible lack of enough sun will cause pale-colored leaves.
Moisture: Regular watering and moderately. This tropical plant doesnt mind going through dry spells, so let it dry out before watering.
Soil: Well-drained loamy soil. Prefers fertile composted soils, though can tolerate less acceptable conditions.
Propagation: This dwarf variegated cultivar of Tradecantia bermudensis ‘Variegata’ is sterile and non-seeding, so the best and only way for propagation of the wandering Jew plant or Rhoeo is by division of its rhizomes or offsets.
It can also be propagated from herbaceous stem cuttings too that root easily.
Dont forget it Prefers to grow in hot and sunny areas as it just love the sun and do not overwater as it can cause root rot.
For temperate zones: Hardiness – USDA Zone 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b and 11