My string of pearls has become oval on quite a few strands but they appear under watered and not overwatered. However I’m wondering if they will ever return to their original pea shape?
If the succulent pearls have become misshapen; they may not return to a normal appearance.
These articles will help you with care and even propagating new plants.
The string seems to be trying to propagate, and the roots are coming out at the pearl joint. Should I do something, or just leave it and let it do it's own thing. Doesn't need to be repotted. thanks
There will be no need to do anything. This should be left to do its own thing. This article will help with the care of these: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/cacti-succulents/string-of-pearls/string-of-pearls-plant.htm
Can you grow string of pearls in medium to bright indirect light?
The string of pearls plant grows well in bright light, including sunlight.
Read more at Gardening Know How: String Of Pearls Care: How To Grow A String Of Pearls Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/cacti-succulents/string-of-pearls/string-of-pearls-plant.htm
I've had my string of pearls for a little over a year. I transplanted and noticed what I thought was a feather on the bottom of about six strands stuck together. It looked like a feather but was sticky. What is it and should I remove this plant from the others.
Yes, separate the strands and remove the sticky feather. It may be some kind of pest. Here's a series of articles on how to care for your plants:
I bought 4 small Mexican jugs that all hang together and I wanted to put them hanging on my home, they have no holes and I wanted plant to grow so it would go into the other pot. Possible?
This succulent demands good drainage for its roots to thrive. You may need to drill holes in your pots or move them to new pots. Here's an article about their care:
Hello! So I recently bought a string of pearls, and I noticed that some of the pearls look like they have busted. A similar thing happened the first time I bought them, and they quickly died once this started. I am really trying to avoid that happening again. I don't water it very often (maybe once a week, sometimes less?), and I would like to know if it is a issue with how much I water it or something else. Thanks.
This is an overwatering issue. Watering every week will be far too often fore this plant. They will not tolerate moist soils, and require long periods of dry soil.
This article will offer some information on the plant's care: