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Jade plants are among the most common and popular succulents. Jades are classed as Crassulae, a large genus of succulent plants.
How Much Water?
Proper watering techniques go hand in hand with the right potting mix. Just as jades prefer fast-draining soil, these plants dislike standing water or perpetually wet soil. As a rule of thumb, water only when the top inch of the soil feeds dry to touch. Wait for the soil to dry out in between waterings.
How Much Sun?
Make sure the jade plant is receiving adequate sunlight. Jade plants kept indoors or in outdoor shade maintain a deep, emerald or dark green color on their leaves. You’ll know your plant isn't receiving adequate sunlight if it stretches towards the sun and grows long and leggy, a condition called etiolation.
Indoors, find a bright sunny spot in which jade can thrive. Jade plants love full direct sun. If you find that the plant stretching, relocate to a brighter location or consider using grow lights to provide adequate illumination.
The jade plant is toxic to horses, dogs and cats, as well as mildly toxic to humans, even with skin contact in some cases.
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