Don’t know which one to pick? Never fear, we’ve got three! The Jade Assortments have long been popular for their good looks and easy-going nature.
Growing pot size: 10cm
- The troublesome trio! The Jade Assorted three-pack comes with Variegated Jade, Green Jade, and Frogs toes.
- Great for both indoor and outdoor spaces.
- The Jade plant matures into a woody shrubby succulent that resembles a bonsai!
Toxic: Keep away from children and pets.
- Growing pot size - 10cm
Key Benefits: Increases Indoor Humidity
Jade plants help add moisture to the air, which can relieve symptoms of asthma and dry skin. Because of their adaptation to desert life, jade plants transpire at night time which increases humidity!
Jade Plant: She’s Good For You!
- Absorbs CO2 at night: through CAM processes, Jade plants can absorb CO2 and release oxygen at night. Replenishing the surrounding air!
- Good luck charm: in Feng Shui, the jade plant is said to be a bringer of good fortune (and money!). To activate its Feng Shui energy flow, place it in the southeast corner.
Plant Care Tips:
- Place these little plants in bright to medium indirect light. They like 4-6 hours of direct light, but not in the intense afternoon heat!
- Water when the top 3-5cm of the soil becomes dry and the soil pulls away from the pot. Make sure you water thoroughly and drain excess water.
- Feed during the spring and summer, when the plants are actively growing.
- To clean them, rinse under a tap with a gentle water flow.
- With the proper care. The jade plant eventually matures into a woody shrubby succulent - which closely resembles a bonsai!
Where is it from?
Jade Plants are native to South Africa and Mozambique.
Is the Jade Assortment pack for me?
An easy growing succulent, jade plants have long been popular for their good looks and easy-going nature. They are perfect for people new to the gardening game, or green-thumbed folk. If you’re anything like us, this assortment is perfect for those who can’t pick just one! Their bushy branches and fleshy leaves bring charisma to every room. They are a great edition for bookshelves and offices, or even as a cute birthday gift.
Why is my jade plant all long and floppy?
Low light will cause the plant to elongate and bend. To prevent this, place your plant in a bright location. Make sure there isn't too much direct sunlight.
How do I make my Jade Plant bushy?
To make your Jade Plant bushy, remove the lower leaves and pinch off the growing tip. Once it starts growing, pinch out the tips of the other growing branches. Keep this going until you've achieved the look you’re going for.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Why is my jade plant dropping older leaves?
As your plant begins to age, older leaves die and fall off. Unfortunately, this is a natural process and cannot be avoided!
Why is my jade plant turning yellow all over?
This can be a sign of overwatering. Make sure you water when the top soil becomes dry and the soil pulls away from the pot. Ensure you water thoroughly and drain excess water.
*Decorative pots sold separately