In the wild
The Crassula plant also known as the Jade & money tree plant originates in South Africa but is found all over the world. It can tolerate high winds and drought but needs a good amount of sunlight to successfully grow.
How not to kill your Jade
Soft and kind
Loves direct or filtered sunlight
Every 10-14 days, make sure the top 1.3cm of soil is dry between watering.
Loves room temperature
Not toxic or harmful to humans or pets.
A little more…
Can tolerate air conditioning.
Loves dry and well drained soil, add sand to improve the drainage.
Occasional fertilizing during growth periods is fine otherwise it is not required.
Once a year, use a container 2-5cm larger in diameter than the original pot.
But how do I know the exact amount of water to use?
Do not worry! We got you, the steps are easy. Here are the amounts:
- Mini (Small) 100ml
- Midi (Medium) 250ml
- Lush (Large) 400ml
Firstly, fill a coffee mug with the amount suggested for your plant friend, use our water dropper to transfer the water from the mug to your stones. That’s it!
Common problems of Jade:
Problem: Leaves look bloated, puffy and soggy
Solution: Let the plant dry out under a good amount of sun. Then rewater like normal using our water dropper.
Problem: Leaves dropping
Cause: The plant is extremely dry.
Solution: Make sure you are watering it correctly.
Shop Jade Plant
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Petite Jade Plant – Charcoal Blue
AED185.00Crassula ovata, commonly known as jade plant, lucky plant, money plant or money tree is a juicy and simply gorgeous looking plant, with fleshy, oval-shaped leaves, and thick, woody stems that resemble tiny tree trunks. Jade plants can live for a very long time, often passed down from generation to generation and reaching heights of three feet or more when grown indoors.