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jacaranda

Our creative adventure began in 1999, a new house and a bare plot. We took a break from NGS openings in 2021/22 but we’ll be back in 2023!

Crassula ovata

  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2020
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jacaranda

This is for you @craigh7 a #collage of my #jadeplant I’ve added the mug so that you can judge the size of the plant. As you can see, it’s not very big at all, just unruly! The little yellow glass elephant always sits beside the pot as it looks as though its trunk is trying to reach some of the leaves! Does this count for #wildlifewednesday 🤣 #elephant #crassula #moneyplant #houseplant

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craigh7

Thanks Barbara! Great spot at the window too. Love this little jade. Photos are deceiving cause it still looks a decent size. I did the same the other day with my jade. It's in a tiny shohin pot and yet it looks big in the photo. Thanks for sharing!

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jacaranda

I don’t have many #houseplants but this one’s been around for yonks! 😂 The big question is, should I give it a trim so that it grows more upright or should I leave it to sprawl all over the place? 🤔 #jadeplant #moneyplant #crassula 💚

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sieveheadsarah

Let it sprawl Barbara 👍🏼😀

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AviteshPandey

Leave it to sprawl 👌👌

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joanboston

Maybe a little tidy up? Cut back a couple of the most leggy ones perhaps

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jacaranda

Possibly, Joan 👍 I’d get cuttings for new plants then 😂😘 @joanboston

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craigh7

Wow! This is a fantastic jade. It's like 3 plants in the one. The one on the left looks like a semi cascade bonsai. In fact, a very impressive one at that. They look like great big trunks too. Do you have a close up?

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jacaranda

Thanks Craig. It’s really quite a small plant. It probably looks bigger because it’s so sprawling but I’ll try to take a couple of closeups tomorrow. 🤞👍 @craigh7

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sharonhayden

I think it looks good- not many money plants grow like that

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