The String of Hearts are a popular go-to plant because of its purple flowers and trailing heart shaped leaves. Since it’s a semi-succulent, it’s really good for busy plant parents that are on the go and often neglect their plants. These are a great addition for your windowsill or a hanging basket.
☀ ☀ Light :
The String of Hearts is capable of withstanding bright indirect light to a couple of hours of direct sunlight. It’s incapable of withstanding a full day of direct sun, its leaves are prone to scorching if left in the sun for too long.
Allow soil to completely dry in between watering, this plant is prone to root rot so water sparingly.
+ Plant Tip :
String of Hearts aren’t heavy feeders. It’s recommended that you don't fertilize more than once a month during active growth, and if your plant seems like it doesn't need fertilizer, skip it. When you do fertilize use a a diluted houseplant fertilizer at either half strength or weaker.