Jade Interior Plants With Glossy Appearance
The jade plants are easy interior plants to care for, thus why you see many people having them. The jade plants are characterized by plump, full leaves with glossy appearance coming off of thick stems. In the right conditions, jade interior plants can reach up to 4 feet in height and width. These plants are native to South Africa, so they like dry, hot, bright conditions. People who grow jade plants as interior plants sometimes struggle with them, because the plants largely like to be left alone. It is fairly hard to kill a jade plant, but constant fussy attention is probably the best way to do it; these plants thrive on neglect and conditions which could kill a number of other interior plants, including other succulents. The best place to grow these plants indoors is a warm, sunny spot, ideally near a window with a lot of light exposure, and if you grow jade plants outdoors, wrap them in blankets during the winter if you think it will frost, as the plants are very susceptible to frostbite.
To care jade interior plants, root cuttings from jade plants in moist sand. If your jade interior plant becomes top-heavy, slip its plant pot into a larger pot and fill in between the pots with fresh soil. This gives your jade plant the support it needs without the need to repot the plant. Pinch out new growth on jade interior plants with your thumb and finger to encourage the plant to fill out and develop dense foliage, if it begins to look leggy or spindly.
Hallway With Jade Interior Plant In White Pot
When it comes to succulents, jade (Crassula ovata) tops the list as one of the easiest to grow indoors.
House With Jade Interior Plant
Jade houseplants are easy to care for succulents, and they make great low maintenance plants.
Jade Interior Plant In Plastic Pot
The jade plant requires low water levels. You should allow the soil to dry out almost completely in between watering. A good way to tell if you houseplant is not receiving enough water is if the usually plump leaves become wrinkled.
Jade Interior Plant In The Modern Pot
Since these houseplants can get large in size, you can prune it as needed in order to keep in a nice compact shape. Feel free to also remove and dead or dying leaves / stems.
Jade Interior Plant With Glossy Pot
Jade (Crassula ovata, syn. Crassula argentea) is a gem of a plant that requires little care. It’s a perennial in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 through 11, but elsewhere it’s grown as a houseplant.
Jade Interior Plant With Pebble Stones
Growing a jade plant (Crassula argentea) to maturity requires patience, but the reward is a tough but graceful, long-lived plant.
Large Jade Interior Plant In Patterned Pot
This is a classic indoor plant with thick leaves. It looks like a miniature tree, and it can grow to be several feet tall and several feet wide.
Small Jade Interior Plant In The Pot
This succulent is a hardy fellow and has two main requirements for a healthy long life, which is water and plenty of light.
Tabletop Small Jade Interior Plant
Jade plants which are native to South Africa, are usually kept as houseplants and can live in your home for dozens of years.Label: jade indoor plants, jade plants, jade houseplants, interior plants images, interior plants pictures, .