Kitchens and offices with a south-facing window are typically great spots with just enough light, as are western-facing windows. Jade plants grow best at room temperature (65° to 75°F / 18° to 24°C), but prefer slightly cooler temperatures at night and in the winter (down to 55°F / 13°C).
Moreover, are jade plants poisonous?
Toxicity. The jade plant is toxic to horses, and dogs and cats, as well as mildly toxic to humans, in some cases, with skin contact. In this respect it differs greatly, possibly dangerously, from Portulacaria, which is edible to humans and other animals.
Moreover, how do I make my jade plant bushy? Prune the jade plant just above one of the brown rings around a stem, called a leaf scar, with sharp pruning shears or a sharp knife. Two new stems will sprout at the pruning site, so select the stem to prune based on where you want the jade plant to be thicker and fuller.
Hereof, how do you look after a jade plant?
How to Grow Jade Plants
- Grow in very bright light indoors.
- Plant jade plants in Miracle-Gro® Cactus, Palm & Citrus Potting Mix.
- Water when the top 1 to 2 inches of soil are dry.
- After a month, feed jade plants when you water with Miracle-Gro® Succulent Plant Food.
- Prune off dead or shriveled branches.
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