Pot: 10.5cm Height: 15cm Pot in Picture: Concrete Potty 13x11cm (sold separately)
The Chinese Jade is fairly resilient and easy to care for succulent, with spikey clumps of dark green pointed leaves, that sort of resemble a little hedgehog! As the name suggests, she originates from the Yunnan province in western China!
Light: Pop her in a bright sunny spot where she can catch some sunny rays.
Water: Allow her soil to dry out almost completely between waterings. She's susceptible to root rot so make sure you never leave her sitting in water!
Height: She producers long stems with beautiful white flowers. The rosette that flowered will eventually die off and be replaced by an adjacent rosette. So she'll never bore you.
PM tip: She is a shallow-rooted succulent, growing in clumps of small rosettes. She will spreads horizontally more than vertically, so she does not need to be in a deep container if you’re planning on re-potting her in the future.
Like many houseplants, she can be toxic if ingested so steer clear from curious pets and kids.