My favorite.

by Megan
(Maryville, MO)

I purchased this plant at the local greenhouse. I was told it was a jade plant i think, but i dont see any plants like this one. It has light colored leaves rounded with pink and it has green stripes down the leaves. I does not grow very fast, although i have had it inside for the whole spring and summer this year.

Hi Megan, this is indeed a Jade plant - it's Crassula ovata 'Variegata' which is the variegated form of the regular green type.

It is much less vigorous, and tends to sunburn if it is in full sun, so provide bright light, but not direct sun especially through a window.

You can see more about the Jade here.

Happy succulent gardening!

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