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Jade Plant

Jade Plant

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Plant Height:

Small: 4 to 5 inches minimum of 1 stem
Medium: 4 to 5 inches minimum of 2 stems
Large: 4 to 5 inches minimum of 4 stems
XLarge: 4 to 5 inches minimum of 8 stems

Pot Diameter:

Small: 3 inches
Large: 3 inches
XLarge: 5 to 6 inches

Watering Schedule

Once a week

Sunlight Needed

Bright Indirect Light

Care Difficulty

Difficult


Description

The Crassula Ovata, most commonly known as the lucky Jade Plant, with its green coined-shape leaves is a succulent plant perfect for your top shelves or tabletops. This plant has oval, succulent jade-green leaves that are up to a quarter of an inch thick. Just like a cactus, Jade plants are desert plants that can tolerate an extended amount of time in drought. This succulent plant is a slow-growing plant that can be kept tiny if planted in small pots.

  • Plant height of 4 to 5 inches.
    • Small – minimum of 1 stem
    • Medium – minimum of 2 stems
    • Large – minimum of 4 stems
    • XLarge – minimum of 8 stems
  • Pot diameter of 3 to 5 inches.

It is perfect with our Chidi pot from The Good Pots collection.

History

The jade plant belongs to the Crassulaceae family, which includes sedums and a variety of succulents. It originated in the Capetown area of South Africa and was one of the first plants brought to Europe by Dutch settlers. It has been cultivated in Europe and America for over a century. If grown in its native habitat, the jade plant may grow up to 10 feet tall with fully grown branches and trunk. If indigested, the Jade plant may be toxic to humans and more severe to our pets.

Care guide

This Jade Plant for sale in Manila thrives best in bright indirect sunlight. They love light, especially the juvenile ones as this encourages growth. But keep them away from direct harsh sunlight to avoid damaging its leaves. Watering schedule for this succulent is every 7-10 days or when the top 2 to 3 inches of the soil has dried. Remember that succulents are accustomed to dry arid conditions so under-watering them is slightly better than overwatering.

Propagation

The easiest way to propagate Jade Plant is through leaf or stem cuttings. For stem cuttings, make sure to cut at least 3 inches of stem and include nodes. For leaf cuttings, make sure to get the entire leaf or else it won’t root. Although optional, you can drip your cuttings in root hormone to speed up its rooting. Before planting them in soil, make sure to dry out the cuttings for a few days before planting them in soil. For leaf cuttings, you can just simply place the cuttings on top of the soil or plant the cut end in the soil. Place in a shaded area and only water when wrinkling in the leaves occur. It’s better for the cuttings to be under-watered than over watered. New growth is a sign of a successful propagation!

Jade Plant

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