Jade Money Plant

£14.99£24.98

The Jade plant (Crassula ovata) is also known as a money plant or a lucky plant.

These plants are very popular indoors because they are very easy to care for. The jade plant is often referred to as the Money Plant because of its glossy leaves, which resemble coins. A jade plant makes an attractive table centrepiece or even a floor plant and is a perfect little gift for a new home or office. 

Plant height: 25cm – 30cm
Nursery pot diameter: 12cm

Pairs well with a white ceramic pot

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  • Description

    Product Description

    The Jade plant (Crassula ovata) is also known as a money plant or a lucky plant.

    These plants are very popular indoors because they are very easy to care for. The jade plant is often referred to as the Money Plant because of its glossy leaves, which resemble coins. A jade plant makes an attractive table centrepiece or even a floor plant and is a perfect little gift for a new home or office. 

    Plant height: 25cm – 30cm
    Nursery pot diameter: 12cm

    Pairs well with a white ceramic pot

  • Additional information

    Plant Guide

    Jade Plant Care Guide

    Jade plant care is easy and simple. Many people enjoy growing Jade plants in their homes and offices, and they are considered to be symbols of good luck.

    Watering
    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. But 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 it’s soil is dry to the touch.

    Light
    They need full sun in order to grow properly. If they do not have full sun, they may become stunted and leggy.

    Feeding
    For proper Jade plant care, fertilize your Jade plant about once every six months. Use a balanced water-soluble fertilizer. An important thing to keep in mind is that you should water your Jade plant in the regular way and then water it with the fertilizer water. Never fertilize your Jade plant when the soil is dry, as this will damage the roots.

    Climate
    Jade plants do best in temperatures of 18-24 C during the day and 10-13 C at night. That being said, if they get lots of sunlight, they will do fine in temperatures that are higher than this.

    Toxicity
    They're best kept in hard-to-reach places, as this specific kind of Jade plant can be toxic to pets and humans.

    Signs to look out for:
    If your Jade plant is losing leaves or has leaf spots, this is most commonly caused by too little water.