How to Grow Plants & Flowers : How to Care for Indoor Jade Plants



To care for indoor jade plants, keep them very dry, give them small amounts of water, and put them in bright, sunny windows. Get jade plants to blood by keeping them in a dark room for a month and then switching them to a sunny area with instructions from a sustainable gardener in this free video on gardening.

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24 Replies to “How to Grow Plants & Flowers : How to Care for Indoor Jade Plants”

  1. Mine is near a window but not much light due to porch around house and cold out. I may have overwatered mine but I'm buying a small, clip-on growing lamp to help it. I hope I won't have to chunk it.

  2. like the vid.
    very helpfull
    I am taking over a Pacific beauty jade.
    I have not seen a bloom in the 3 years I have seen the plant.
    I cann't wait for my first bloom.
    I just started watering in the last 30 days and now have new grouth.

  3. @WallsBeeMan I have had good success transplanting them into the cardboard like containers. When transplanting lay the plant on it's side. All of this will take root. After the tomato plants get their second set of leaves You can mix fertilizer into some water. Place the cardboard containers into a plastic bin and add the water to the plastic bin so the cardboard containers soak up the water from the bottom. Hope this helps!

  4. my jade plan grows really fast but it seems to be growing to fast as it gets really spindly and bends towards the sun. is there some way which I can make it slow down and straighten up? That was a really nice video too thanks!

  5. This video is wonderful! Believe it, I have two Jade growths soaking their roots off in a large vase FULL OF WATER! What a lifesaver you are. I kill every plant I try to grow and this one seemed simple to keep alive. Without this video, they would've died. Thank you so much.

  6. This video is wonderful! Believe it, I have two Jade growths soaking their roots off in a large vase FULL OF WATER! What a lifesaver you are. Thank you very much. I kill every plant I try to grow and this one seemed simple to keep alive. Without this video, they would've died. Again, thank you very much.

  7. This video is wonderful! Believe it, I have two Jade growths soaking their roots off in a large vase FULL OF WATER! What a lifesaver you are. Thank you very much. I kill every plant I try to grow and this one seemed simple to keep alive. Without this video, they would've died. Again, doumo arigato gozaimasu!

  8. This video is wonderful! Believe it, I have two Jade growths soaking their roots off in a large vase FULL OF WATER! What a lifesaver you are. Thank you very much. I kill every plant I try to grow and this one seemed simple to keep alive. Without this video, they would've died. Again, doumo arigato gozaimasu!

  9. my jade plant (indoors) was starting to droop….i guessed i might have over-watered it…so i used elastic bands to prop them up and give them support….let them dry out….put them outside….and i think they've been sunburned. the leaves are very thin…reddish-tinged….i'm wondering why they're so wrinkled and thin.
    i've just brought it inside….not sure if it's dying or not. i water it about once a month, thoroughly. no leaves have dropped, and new ones have formed. any advice?

  10. Make sure it is totally dry before the next watering. And not justr dry on the surface, dry deep inside the pot as well. Its not gonna croak if you let it get too dry. I water once a month in the winter time. The leaves can tell you too, if they stop being shinny and become more of a mat green then it is short of water. Good luck.

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