Jade Plants & Fungus?

Answer Jade plants and other succulents are usually free of fungus and diseases. Fungi thrive in moist conditions and most jade plants are properly cultivated in dry conditions. Fungal and other problems ... Read More »

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How do I trim jade plants?

Identify Which Shoots to TrimDetermine which jade shoots to trim. Trim only 20 to 30 percent of the main plant when pruning, and only if necessary, because pruning invites disease and possible dama... Read More »

How do I water jade plants?

TechniquePour water around the base of the plant directly onto the soil. Water the soil enough to make it moist but not soaked. Allow water to drain from the bottom of the pot and empty the catch b... Read More »

Are jade plants toxic?

Jade plants, the common name for the houseplant Crassula argentes, are considered nontoxic, according to the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension. Even so, you should keep all plants and pl... Read More »

Bugs on Jade Plants?

Scale insects, mealybugs and spider mites are common pests of the succulent jade plant. Jade is well-suited to life as a houseplant because it prefers warm, dry climates. Jade plants can attract in... Read More »