Also to know is, can you propagate one pearl?
Did you know? Like many other succulents, a string of pearls plant can actually be propagated from a single leaf. Yup, you only need one of those peas! This technique has a lower success rate, though, and it can take a long time.
Subsequently, how long does it take for string of pearls to root?
Do string of pearls grow fast?
String of pearls – Senecio Rowleyanus is a beautiful, cascading succulent that will add that little quirk to any house. The plant grows fast and propagates easily and can grow both indoor and outdoor.
The reason for a string of pearls plant dying is most often due to watering too often or the soil retains too much moisture which turns the pearls brown or yellow and mushy. String of pearls require the soil to dry out between bouts of watering to prevent dying from root rot.
Any average household humidity level is fine for String-of-Pearls, but try to keep it at about 50% or higher.
If kept indoors, string of pearls prefer bright, indirect light—perhaps by a south-facing window or an area of your home that gets a good amount of sunlight. If they are kept outdoors, they prefer to be in a lightly shaded area in warmer months and brought indoors during the winter.