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The jade plant is an evergreen with thick but flexible branches. The plant is very popular for making bonsai and topiary. It has thick, rich green, shiny, smooth leaves that grow in opposing pairs along the branches.
As a succulent, Crassula ovata requires little water in the summer and even less in the winter. It is susceptible to overwatering, especially during the cold season. It should be grown on a porous substrate with good drainage, which will vary depending on the climate it is grown in. It requires about 4–6 hours of direct sun or medium shade exposures with bright light.
Jade plant is a succulent with small pink or white flowers and common house plant. The plant also known as, lucky plant, money plant or money tree.
Placing Of Plant : Many people enjoy growing jade plants in their homes & offices. They love sun and areas like balcony are good place to keep them.
Benefits Of The Plant : Not only does it purify air by absorbing toxic gases, but also absorbs CO2 at night. Even the extract from its leaves is said to have medicinal properties
Plant Details : Size- Small | 7-9 Inch high | Dark Green Foliage
Pot Details : 4 Inch wide & 3.5 inch high | Color : Grey, Dark Green,Yellow, Orange, Maroon,Black | Material : Ceramic
Light: Partial to full sunlight
Water: Water thoroughly, allowing the top half of potting medium to dry out before watering again. The most common care problem is root rot caused by soggy potting medium. Because P. oviferum stores water in its leaves, it is more tolerant of dry potting medium than wet.
Humidity: Average room (around 40% relative humidity).
Soil: Cactus potting mix provides fast drainage, which this succulent needs.
Fertilizer: Feed monthly in spring and summer with a fertilizer specially made for succulent plants.
Dormant period is summer