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Jade plant is also considered a lucky symbol/sign for money. Its other names are "Money Plant," " Dollar Plant," "Lucky Plant," and "Friendship Plant."
It's a kind of succulent. Jade plant does not require much care, but if you tend it correctly, it can last a lifetime. You can nurture Jade plants into a Bonsai, and it can also grow into a large, beautiful shrub. Many public and private places are decorated with Jade plant.
The botanical name is Crassula ovata. It has meaty green leaves that sometimes look like the head of a spoon, and smaller ones look like little droplets. Jade plants are native to South Africa, but people around the world keep it as a houseplant.
Caring for Jade plant is easy, but you have to know how to do it. Keep reading, and you will learn a lot about Jade plant and its varieties.
|ORIGIN||Native to South Africa and Mozambique|
|NAME||Jade plant or also know as- friendship tree/plant, dollar plant, lucky plant, money plant|
|FERTILIZER||Any diluted succulent fertilizer|
|MAX GROWTH||It can grow up to 3 ft if you prune it as a bonsai. If you let it grow without pruning, it can grow into a medium bush of up to 6 ft|
|POISONOUS FOR||Minor toxicity for human and pets|
|LIGHT||Does not require much (5-6 hours of indirect light is plenty)|
|WATER||Little water in the summer only if the soil is dry. Less in the winter|
|TEMPERATURE||Average room temp. ( Not too cold)|
|SOIL||Rich, well-draining soil|
|HUMIDITY||Average (dry climate is more preferable)|
|PROPAGATION||Root cutting and leaves|