Jade Plant 3.5" pot
A branched, succulent shrub commonly grown indoors, jade plant features thick, woody stems and glossy green, fleshy, oblong leaves up to two inches long. Happily, this low-maintenance plant lives a long time, taking on the appearance of a miniature tree as it ages. And it’s very easy to propagate. Just stick its leaves (stem end down) into the soil, where new roots will grow.
One of the most important things when you care for jade plants is to make sure that they are watered properly. Never let a jade plant dry out completely. Also, do not water a jade plant too often, as this can cause root rot. Don’t water your jade plant on a schedule. Rather, water your jade plant when the top of soil is just dry to the touch. If your jade plant is losing leaves or has leaf spots, this is most commonly caused by too little water
Jade plants do best in the brightest spot in the house. They can even handle some direct sunlight streaming in through the window, something many houseplants can’t handle without getting sunburnt. Jade plants can survive if you grow them where they get only a little bit of bright light, but they won’t flourish. Also, like most other tropical plants, jade plants hate the cold, so keep them away from drafty windows and doors.