Place your Dragon Jade in a space with bright, indirect light and water when the top half of the soil is dry. They prefer more humidity than your typical succulent plant. These are in a 4″ pot or 6″ hanging basket. Dischidia are considered toxic.
Thereof, what is a Dragon Jade?
Dischidia Nummularia “Dragon Jade” is a unique and rare epiphytic plant that is native to Southeast Asia. … These plants grow in fairly low light – their natural environment is fairly shaded by dense rainforest canopy. This plant is toxic if ingested so keep away from children and pets.
Beside above, how do you root a dragon jade plant?
Propagation. During the summer months, you can take a cutting from your dragon jade plant to propagate. Ensure that the cutting has at least two nodes and plant in a pot with a plastic cover or put cling film over the top. This will help provide your cutting with the required heat and humidity to grow.
How do you root a jade plant leaf?
Snip the leaf from the plant. The next step in propagating jade plants from leaves is to lay the jade leaf onto a potting mixture of half vermiculite or perlite and half soil. Water the potting mixture once after you lay the jade leaf down and water sparingly until the leaf puts out roots.
Dragon jade is commonly treated and impregnated with polymers to enhance its color and improve its stability. It is also believed to protect the wearer from bad luck, good luck and bad fortune. The stone used in the healing process, protection of the evil eye, balancing the bad energies and negative energies of life.
A living stone
Buying jade for yourself when the spirit of the stone had it’s eyes set on another, would anger the gods, creating negative energy and supposedly causing the wearer bad luck.
Sunlight Requirements of a Jade Plant
They need full sun in order to grow properly. If they do not have full sun, they may become stunted and leggy.
Jade plants can grow in full sun to pretty dense shade. However, 4-6 hours of direct sunlight is ideal for outdoor plants and they’ll do best with a little shade from the intense afternoon sun.