Growing jade plants is easy and you can learn more about the care of jade houseplants in the following articles. Find out what jade plants need to thrive and how to handle common problems with jades along the way. Armed with the right information, you can be confident that these growing succulent plants will be strong and healthy for years to come.
When most of us think of jade plants, we think of beautiful potted bonsai-like specimens. However, in parts of California, Arizona and other arid warm regions, jade is a popular choice for hedge plants. Click here for more information on growing jade outside.
Jade plants, or Crassula ovata, are popular houseplants. Generally easy-care, low maintenance plants, there are a few specific jade plant pests that can damage and even kill them if not controlled. Click here for more information on pests of jade plants.
If you’re a fan of jade plants, then ripple jade is one that’s certain to capture attention. Compact, rounded heads atop sturdy branches give the plant a bonsai type appeal. Its bluish leaves are twisted and erect, sometimes with purple edging. Learn more here.
Who wouldn?t want a plant that looks like ET?s fingers? Jade, the pleasantly-plump succulent that is such a great houseplant, has several cultivars with unusual foliage, including ET?s Fingers. These fun plants are great additions to indoors or out. Learn more here.
One of the classiest household succulents is the jade plant. These little beauties are so charming you simply want more of them. That leads to the question, can you separate a jade plant? This article will help with jade plant division.
Jade plants are common houseplants that even the most novice of gardeners can grow successfully. Does a jade plant bloom? Getting a jade plant to bloom requires mimicking its native growing conditions. This article can help with that.
It is important to investigate possible causes for spots on jade plant leaves. Proper diagnosis can lead to correction of the issue and the return of your plant's health. This article can help with assessing the possible causes and treatment for you plant.
In good conditions, you may still find white spots on jade leaves; but if the plant?s overall health is good, you should not worry too much. What causes white spots on jade? Find out in the article that follows. Click here for more info.