Crassula – Jade Plant
The most well-known Jade plant usually known as Crassula ovata belongs to the family of thick-leaved plants Crassulaceae. Crassula plants will bloom in spring and summer. Some varieties of Crassula have lovely flowers and others are insignificant.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Most Crassula plants need some shade in the hottest part of summer, but require bright light to attain their most vibrant color.
Soil: Crassula plants need very well-draining soil, but they are not particular about soil pH. Sandy or even rocky soil is fine.
Watering: they don’t need frequent watering since they store it in their leaves.
Fertilizer: Feed sparingly. You can give your plants a little organic fertilizer in mid-spring, as they start actively growing.
Temperature: Prefer average temperature between 65 and 70 °F ( 18 and 21 °C )