Bright, indirect sunlight throughout the day will make your plant happy. Jade plants can tolerate some direct sun.
Water when the soil is dry to the touch, roughly once a week, and avoid splashing water on the Jade Plant's leaves. More sun will cause it to need more water.
- Jade plant in hand-blended potting soil
- Brown/white planter (no drainage hole)
- Simple care instructions
- Watering reminders
- Call, text, and email support for any of your plant questions
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About the Jade Plant
The Jade Plant, also known as the "Lucky Plant" or "Friendship Tree" has origins in South Africa and Mozambique, and is actually a succulent with fleshy leaves and a thick trunk. This plant prefers little water and plenty of sun, making it the perfect touch for your window sill or light-filled office space. When exposed to high levels of sunlight, your Jade Plant may acquire a lovely reddish tinge on the edge of its shiny leaves, adding a gorgeous touch that will communicate clearly that your plant is healthy and loving life. Paired with this creative brown and white triangular container, your Jade Plant also makes the perfect gift for someone near and dear to your heart.
Indoor plant life has been shown to reduce stress, improve your mood, and even raise productivity. We know intuitively that nature is beneficial to our psyches, and Welltended helps bring that nature and well-being directly to you. Even better, our plant experts are there for you every step of the way, available by call, text, or email. So go ahead, and live a Welltended life...creatively.
Like people, every living plant is totally unique and yours may be slightly different than pictured. Our photos are representative of what you'll receive, but there may be slight differences in the size and shape of foliage. We take great pride in hand-selecting only the best plant life for our customers, and we back that up with a 30-day guarantee on your purchase. If you're not totally happy with your plant, we'll refund your order. It's our plant parent promise.