Jade Plant

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Jade is a popular succulent known for its fleshy, oval shaped leaves and thick, woody stems that resemble tiny tree trunks. This native of South Africa is also known as lucky plant as it is known to bring good fortunes and so make the best housewarming gifts.

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Product Includes:
  • Decorative pebbles
  • Self-watering, ergonomic pot
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  • Special soil mix
  • Plantable seeds paper and care card


  • Jade are very easy to maintain but are susceptible to too much moisture. As with all other succulents, Jade does not take over watering lightly. So, it is important to check the soil which has to be completely before adding water. For proper care, fertilize the Jade plant once in every six months. Use a balanced, soluble fertilizer that can reach the roots easily.
  • The plant also needs sunlight to develop their full potential. Lack of sun makes them stunted and scanty. Young plants should be exposed to at least five to six hours of direct morning sunlight to thrive. Harsh, afternoon sun must be avoided else the leaves can burn. It is also important to choose a quality soil mix for good growth of Jade. Ideally, soil should have a neutral to slightly acidic pH levels with a well-drained pot so that water is not accumulated.
  • Jade is also very easy to propagate and can be easily grown from a single leaf or cutting taken from another plant. Best time to propagate Jade is in summers when humidity levels are high.

Common Problems

Q1. Why is my Jade plant experiencing loss of leaves?
Combined with underdeveloped leaves and leggy growth, this may be a sign of inadequate lighting. Move your plant to a place with better lighting. If necessary, supply it with artificial light.

Q2. Why is the Jade plant turning yellow?
The most common sign that the plant is turning yellow is due to overwatering. Being a succulent, leaves of Jade store water and so it does not need to be watered frequently. Despite solving the water problem if the plant continues to turn yellow make sure to check the roots and re-pot it.

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