Jade Plants are some of the most beautiful and simple succulents to grow. They’re hardy houseplants with jade green foliage that’s plump, healthy, and difficult to destroy. This is why it’s one of the best plants for lazy gardeners or beginners. But if you find your jade plant turning red, it doesn’t have to be a cause for concern!
Crassula Ovata, also known as jade plant, money plant, and lucky plant is a wonderful succulent that is often given as a housewarming gift for good luck. But one of the most common problems that you may encounter is having an overwatered jade plant. In this article, I will talk you through the signs and symptoms of an overwatered jade plant, as well as how to save a dying jade plant.
If you’ve landed on this post then chances are you are sitting at home with a poorly jade plant and thinking ‘help…my jade plant is dying!’. Although a dying jade plant is a cause for concern, it doesn’t mean that all hope is lost! In this article, I’ll be answering your question ‘why is my jade plant dying?!’, so that you can begin reviving your beautiful succulent.