String of Hearts are such fun plants to have. Their trailing vines can fill up a space fast, especially in the right conditions. In this post, I’m going to give my tips and information on caring for these plants. Feel free to check out my plant shop if you’re looking for a String of Hearts for yourself. We ship anywhere in the United States and have lots of fun plants available!
These plants are really easy plants to care for, but they require a good amount of sunlight. The variegated String of Hearts usually require a bit more light then the regular kind, but both are just as beautiful!
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These plants thrive in bright, indirect light. This is especially true for the variegated String of Hearts. Leaves will be smaller and more leggy if the plant is kept in lower light conditions. Some direct sun is okay, but be cautious not to let the leaves get scorched.
Similar to succulents, these plants are fairly drought-tolerant and are sensitive to over-watering. Allow the soil to dry completely in between waterings. Their fleshy leaves can store a good amount of water, which lets them go awhile between waterings.
String of Hearts are fast-growing, trailing plants. They’re well-known for their heart-shaped leaves and can be easily propagated in water or soil. To propagate these plants, make sure nodes are in water or soil for roots to grow.
String of Hearts are not toxic to dogs, cats, or humans.
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