Good Luck Live Jade Plants In White Round Fiber Pot
- About The Plant: Jade plants are succulent houseplants, which makes them fairly resilient and easy to grow indoors. With their thick, woody stems and oval-shaped leaves, jade plants have a miniature, tree-like appearance.
- Placing Of Plant: Young plants should be kept in bright, indirect sunlight; large, well-established jade plants can handle more direct sunlight. Kitchens and offices with a south-facing window are typically great spots with just enough light, as are western-facing windows. Keep away from the AC vents.
- Benefits: Not only does it purify air by absorbing toxic gases, but also absorbs CO2 at night. Also, it is believed to bring good luck & prosperity to your home and workplace according to Feng Shui & Vaastu.
- Watering Schedule: Don’t water your jade plant on a schedule. Rather, water your jade plant when the top of soil is just dry to the touch.
- Plant height without the pot is 4-5 inches; Pot Specification – 4 inches Fiber Pot; Quantity – 1.
- Pot is self- watering where excess water gets stored in the reservoir below, the roots then absorbs water via capillary action and the plants get water as and when required, allowing you to water less frequently. Making it perfect plant for office desk.
Jade Plant – Portulacaria Afra – Crassula Argentea
Jade Plants, also known as Good Luck Plants, are a favorite houseplant thanks to their adaptability and attractive, gem-like green leaves. With a bonsai tree-like growth habit, these charming and easy-to-propagate plants can grow well in any area of your home with bright, indirect light. Jade plants can beautify your space for years with the right conditions and a little routine care.
Traditional beliefs : According to Feng Shui, the Jade activates financial energies. The vibrant leaves are symbolic of growth and renewal and are believed to attract money and prosperity. The plant is traditionally placed near the entrances of offices and shops to bring in positivity.
Jade plants love light, and young plants especially should be exposed to bright, indirect sunlight in order to thrive. Jade plants young and old should receive at least four to six hours of sunlight daily, but keep the plant safe from direct rays. Harsh light can scorch young, immature plants or cause the leaves of older ones to turn red.
Watering jade plants correctly is very important! Allow your jade plant’s soil to nearly dry out between waterings, but always be sure to water thoroughly. When displayed in areas with less light, it will need watering less frequently. During the summer months, when your plant is in growth mode, keep the soil slightly moist but not soggy. In the fall and winter, the plant may go dormant, causing it to slow or pause growth entirely. During this time, it won’t need much water. Water it even less often, allowing the soil to dry out fully between waterings.
Many people underfeed their succulents during their growing season. For the most successful jade plant, Feed it with a balanced fertiliser, 0-20-10 or 5-10-5 ratio every 2 weeks. Don’t fertilise the plant in winter as it is a slow growing season.