Why Is My String of Pearls Dying?

A string of pearls dying at the top is a common problem due to dynamic indoor growing conditions.

Overwatering is the main reason for a string of pearls dying. It causes root rot, mushy leaves, and stems that weaken the plant.

Overwatering

Under-watering is another reason behind a string of pearls plant dying. Inadequate water supply will make the leaves shrivel, dry out, and turn brown.

Inconsistent Watering Habits

The string of pearls plant thrives in a fertile and well-draining potting soil. It allows the succulent plant to soak and drain excess water before harming it.

Incorrect Potting Mix

A string of pearls plant will thrive under bright indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight exposure will burn or scorch the leaves.

Too Much Light

A string of pearls plant prefers bright indirect sunlight to thrive well. The succulent plant will struggle when grown in dark rooms.

Low Lighting Condition

Incorrect pot size is another reason behind the string of pearls dying. These succulent plants prefer lightweight hanging pots due to their long veins.

Inappropriate Pot Size and Material

A string of pearls leaves yellowing and dropping are vital signs of pests. Take the time to inspect the succulent plant for the bugs daily.

Pest Infestations

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