I am a relatively new houseplant enthusiast. I recently acquired a number of plants, all of which are flourishing except for the Tradescantia Zebrina I purchased at Home Depot a few weeks ago. It looked very healthy in the store. Within 24-36 hours of purchase, it started looking...unhappy. The leaves aren't terribly dry, but many have a slight ripple and the very tip of the leaf curls in. Some of the leaves were brown-edged. I thought this might be due to too humid/ hot an environment so I moved it to a brighter, not-so-hot environment and have been misting it and watering when the soil gets dry. I pinched off the bad leaves. Although not the entire plant is affected, some of the leaves still look not-100 percent healthy. I did the spider-mite test, but I do not think this is an insect problem. Am I just expecting my plant to be too perfect? Do Zebrina leaves get funky or should a healthy plant have all smooth leaves? Also, how simple is rooting a cutting of this in water, or should I root it in soil from the start? Thanks!