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Posted 7M ago by @keking7

My cats knocked over my string of hearts a week ago, this...

#StringOfHearts
13ft to light, indirect
2” pot with drainage
Last watered 7 months ago
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So what you do is the butterfly method and use sphagnum moss. Lay the node on the moss and cover it up. Leave it alone until the moss is dry, not moist but dry. when it’s dry saturate the moss and cover again. Remember to let it breath once a week for a day then cover again until it’s time to either water or let it breath. Then once those get long enough you do the same method until you’re able to fill the desired pot you want it in when you plant them. Spagnum moss is the best for propagating because it takes the hassle of having to keep the soil super wet the first week of potting from water. Thats why I said wait until the moss is dry so that it’s one less step from moss to soil because it already has began going through the drought spell and will take to soil faster. Good luck πŸ€πŸ’š
You can maybe prop them in slwatsr and transfer to soil once it gets roots
They look a little dehydrated but definitely salvageable!
Put it in a zip lock under a bright light
I just wanted to sympathize. I’m so sorry!!
Yess Obiesly you can save that plant! It looks dehydrated tho.
Yes! They will root easy! Just don’t over water! I’ve done the same thing! Look at my oasis! I named mine after my momma! πŸ¦‹πŸžπŸͺ΄πŸ¦ŽπŸœοΈπŸŒ΅
πŸ‘†This!
That honestly looks like string of spades😳
@lindzino noooooooooo is it??? that’s what it was marked at the plant shop
@keking7 yeah I looked at its gallery, for sure string of spades
I have a string of hearts and I'm sorry to confirm that it looks like spades, so pretty though!