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If your string of hearts is wilting, drooping, or the leaves are turning yellow or brown, it is likely overwatered.

How to Save Overwatered String of Hearts (Step by Step)

If you have a string of hearts that has been overwatered, there are steps you can take to save it. String of hearts is a succulent, so it is possible to revive it if it has been overwatered. The first step is to stop watering the plant. Allow the plant to dry out for a few days. Then, start watering the plant again, but be sure to water it less frequently. If you see the leaves of the plant start to droop, that is a sign that it is overwatered. Be sure to water the plant less frequently if this happens. With a little care, your string of hearts will be back to its healthy self in no time.

One way to make your string of hearts fuller is to improve the lighting.

How to Make String of Hearts Fuller (6 Effective Ways)

If you have a string of hearts that’s looking a little sparse, there are a few things you can do to make it fuller. Here are 6 effective ways to make your string of hearts fuller:

1. Add more plants.
2. Prune regularly.
3. Use a fertilizer designed for vines.
4. Give it plenty of sunlight.
5. Train it to grow on a trellis.
6. Be patient!

With a little care, you can have a full, healthy string of hearts that will last for years.