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Can you replant the pearls of the string of pearls?
Potting and Repotting String of Pearls Plant
The ideal time to repot your string of pearls plant is at the beginning of spring. Use a fast-draining succulent or cactus soil mix. Get a well-drained pot with ample drainage holes. Terra cotta and unglazed ceramic pots are ideal for succulents.
Can you root a string of pearls in water?
And since string of pearls is a succulent, it's extremely easy to propagate and grow new plants from cuttings! There are two great ways to propagate string of pearls plants: by rooting cuttings in water and by rooting cuttings in soil.
How do you grow a string of pearls from a cutting?
How do you save a string of pearls?
To revive a dying string of pearls plant, ensure that it is only watered when the soil is dry at the bottom of the pot then water with a good soak. Place in bright, indirect light and replant in succulent and cacti soil to prevent root rot.