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Dwarf Jade PlantPortulacaria afra

  • Dwarf Jade Plant

    Dwarf Jade Plant

  • Dwarf Jade Plant

    Dwarf Jade Plant

  • Dwarf Jade Plant
  • Dwarf Jade Plant

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Dwarf Jade PlantPortulacaria afra

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House Plants

Low-maintenance succulent with teardrop leaves

  • Indoor houseplant perfect for brightening spaces
  • Tolerant to shade and drought
  • Hardy and resistant to insects
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Hardy Succulent Adds Lovely Shape to Your Indoor Space

The Dwarf Jade Plant is a must-have indoor variety that is easy to care for! Also known as the Elephant Bush, this shapely plant can inject some much-needed color and design into your home. Anyone can grow this low-maintenance plant.

With its teardrop-shaped leaves, this succulent is a stunning plant to elevate your home. Plus, you can grow it in containers, hanging plants, and more for some variety with your indoor plants. You can enjoy this bit of greenery for a long time with the right care.

In addition, this succulent is drought and shade-tolerant and resistant to insects! This is one hardy plant that requires little care and gives a ton in return. You can even turn this plant into a bonsai tree with the right pruning.

Ready to add an incredible plant to your space? Then buy the Dwarf Jade Plant today!

Planting & Care

1. Planting: Dwarf Jades need five to six hours of bright indirect light daily and should be kept out of direct sunlight which can burn the leaves. The ideal location for an indoor plant is a south-, east-, or west-facing window with shade. When moving outdoors, gradually expose it to sunlight and protect it from direct sunlight. Use soil mixes blended with gravel or perlite, but not sand. Keep the temperature between 61 and 71 degrees Fahrenheit, and bring it indoors before fall frost if left outside in summer.

2. Watering: Water dwarf jades indoors only when the soil has dried out slightly. Insert your finger into the top inch of soil to check for dryness. Water moderately until water comes out of the pot's bottom drainage holes. Avoid overwatering and remove excess water in the saucer.  Dwarf jades need more frequent watering outdoors during summer. Watch the soil moisture and water moderately when needed.

3. Fertilizing: Feed dwarf jades monthly with a standard houseplant fertilizer or succulent plant food from spring to autumn. Stop during winter and restart in late winter with a 50% diluted fertilizer once a month.

4. Pruning:  Prune plants when the soil is dry, but before watering. Remove dead/dying leaves and shape as desired. Wait a few days before watering again. Repot dwarf jades when roots clog drainage holes. Wait a week after repotting before watering to prevent root rot.

Shipping Details

Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.

Amount of Order Shipping Charge
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Product Details

Mature Height: 7 in.
Mature Width: 5 in.
Sunlight: Full-Partial
Growth Rate: Slow
Botanical Name: Portulacaria afra
Does Not Ship To: AZ
Grows Well In Zones: Indoors
Your Growing Zone: #

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