Experience the unique beauty of the Jade Succulent, a popular houseplant that is native to South Africa. Known for its stunning appearance and easy care, this succulent is perfect for beginners and experienced plant owners alike. Its thick, green leaves are shaped like tear drops, and the plant has a unique tree-like appearance that makes it stand out from other succulents.
Light - Beginner
Jade Succulents thrive in bright, indirect sunlight. They can also tolerate some direct sunlight, but too much can cause the leaves to burn. Place your Jade Succulent near a window that receives plenty of natural light, or under a grow light if needed.
Water - Beginner
Jade Succulents are easy to care for when it comes to watering. They prefer dry soil and can go for long periods of time without water. Water only when the soil is completely dry, and be sure to drain any excess water from the pot to prevent root rot.
Soil - Beginner
Jade Succulents prefer well-draining soil that is slightly acidic. A cactus or succulent mix is perfect for these plants. You can also mix in sand or perlite to improve drainage and prevent overwatering.