jade plant


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jade′ plant`


n.
a succulent S African shrub, Cassula argentea, of the stonecrop family, with small oval leaves.
[1940–45]
Translations
GeldbaumJadebaumPfennigbaum
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A friend phoned me a few weeks ago concerned about the sunken, blackened areas on the trunk of her jade plant.
A tri-toned green throw (5), a jade plant on the nightstand and Dobson's own green-hued painting propped under the console inject colorand help bring in the foliage in from outdoors, he says, "kind of like adding spice.
Baker will play a key role for us with our Jade plant sales division and also assist in the sales of our Aloe365(TM) nutritional and skincare product line targeting the Southern California market which is a market share that we need to capture.
Its foliage and flowers will remind you of jade plant (Crassula ovata), that notable and sculptural succulent that can grow up to 9 feet tall, but it is usually encountered at a more modest height.
Plants are extremely opportunistic--stick a leaf from a jade plant in some sand and it may sprout roots.
The jade plant or money tree encourages wealth and prosperity and is most effective received as a gift, so it makes a lovely present.
Some plants adjust to seasonal differences, but plants that prefer direct light - asparagus fern, coleus, jade plant, schefflera, snake plant, Swedish ivy - should be moved to a south window where more light enters when the sun is low on the horizon.
THE jade plant, or money tree, will last for generations provided it is not overwatered.
Instead of putting up a Christmas tree, Smith-Brown decorates her 5-foot-tall jade plant, a plant she's had so long she named it Walter.
Her favorites for tabletops include Aeonium 'Kiwi', jade plant (Crassula argentea 'Crosby's Dwarf), lipstick echeveria (E.
I think that the jade plant (Crassula argentea) must be the most versatile and dependable succulent you can find.