How to Propagate Your String of Pearls Houseplant

A String of Pearls is one of those succulent plants that everyone should have in their home.  And, once you have one, you can easily share them with friends and family by propagating them!

About the String of Pearl Plants

String of pearls are peculiarly vining succulent plants that you can identify due to their pea-shaped leaves, which grow on stems that trail and graciously flow over the hanging basket or planter.

This method is quick and easy, and you can even use pruned stems.

About Stem Cuttings

Materials Needed

- Houseplant shears or plant scissors - A mist spraying watering bottle - Small plant pot with drainage hole - Succulent and cactus, well-draining potting mix -  A healthy string of pearl plants with mature stems

Prepare the Cuttings

Your cuttings will need to be healthy and long, at least by several inches.  The plant is able to sustain itself and grow because each pearl consists of the nutrients needed, and water to nurture the cutting as it grows.

Ready to Plant Your Cuttings?

You have three options for planting a string of pearl plants, with each option having its own benefits.  You can: –  Plant it –  Root it in water –  Lay it on the surface

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