Crasulla Ovata Or Jade Plant

The jade plant is an evergreen with thick branches. It has thick, sparkling, smooth leaves that fill in restricting matches along the branches. Leaves are rich jade green, albeit some might have all the earmarks of being to a greater extent yellow-green. A few assortments might foster a red hint on the edges of allowing when to be uncovered to elevated degrees of daylight. New stem development is similar in variety and surface of the leaves, becoming woody and brown with age. It develops as an upstanding, adjusted, thick-stemmed, unequivocally expanded bush and arrives at height levels of up to 2.5 meters. The base is normally meagerly extended. Some of the time a solitary principle trunk of up to 6 centimeters in breadth is shaped.