8 thoughts on “The Jade has GROWN!!!

  1. Marisa

    I’m in love with your jade plants! They are incredible, especially the large one. I have some sort of succulent that looks like the trailing one you pictured but I have no idea if it is a jade. I just pick up interesting succulents whenever I see them at Home Depot and bring them home. I hope one day my trailing beauty grows as much as yours!

    Thanks for sharing your pics and jade know how.

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    1. Marvin Rosenau

      Mine is 6.5 feet tall, from the dirt, but only 14.5 inches at the base. I strut it with some twine so that it doesn’t fall over. I got it when someone sold their house a couple of years ago; they wanted to get rid of it. So, I don’t know the age or the provenance. I think the pot is too small and it has been shedding a lot of leaves the last 6 months. Over watering (I think) really causes it to drop leaves. I hope it isn’t dying.

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  2. Mari

    I have a very large jade plant, whose branches all getting unsightly. I was wondering if I can cut them and start a bunch of new jade plants with them? One branch is so huge its like its own jade plant!

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  3. Free NX

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  4. Carlos

    We have a jade that my mon had in Argentina;came to visit us with it ;so it’s here with us ; it is the type that has small round leaves;
    down there we call it the money tree; the only problem we have ever
    had is when we put it in the house at fall time it will drop leaves
    all winter long ;when it goes back outside in spring back to normal.-
    Any ideas; thanks Carlos

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    1. chrisgoh1 Post author

      Carlos, yes I have own that kind of jade plants and they are called Money Tree.
      They are very sensitive to heat and cold and when they are cold, they go in dormant mode.

      If you want them to grow during winters, make sure the temperature is warm and nice.

      By the way, where are you at?
      Chris aka the JadeMaster

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