Jade Plant Care Guide
Jade Plants, also known as Crassula Ovata, are believed to bring good luck and prosperity to their owners, according to the principles of Feng Shui. In Chinese culture, Jade is considered a symbol of wealth and prosperity, and it is believed that having a Jade plant in your home or office can attract positive energy and financial abundance!
These amazing plants can also live for decades with proper care and can even be passed down through generations as a family heirloom.
6 Tips on Succulent Care
Whether you are comfortable with plants or a novice, these tips will help you keep your Jade Plant healthy and thriving:
More Jade Plant Care Tips
If your plant’s stems start to grow tall and sparse, as they are known to do, you can prune back the stems and pinch off any dead or yellowing leaves. Simply doing these two things will promote bushy growth in your Jade Plant.
Did you Know?
Jade Plants are indigenous to the rocky slopes of the eastern and southern regions of Africa. Their natural habitat ranges from Mozambique to Swaziland, and the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal provinces of South Africa.
Despite their African roots, Jade Plants have become popular as easy-to-care-for succulents in Michigan and beyond. With their attractive, glossy leaves and low maintenance needs, they make for a delightful addition to any home. In fact, if you follow the tips below, your Jade Plant will live a long, happy life!