The care guide for Variegated African Violets advises placing them under filtered light and in slightly acidic, well-draining soil. Watering should be done using the deep watering technique, ensuring that water only reaches the soil and not the leaves. The temperature should be kept above 60 degrees Fahrenheit, and humidity should be maintained at 50-60 percent. Fertilizing should be done once a month in spring and summer, and pruning should be done regularly. Propagation can be done through seeds or leaf cuttings. Common problems include lack of light, over-fertilizing, and sun damage.