It is a fun succulent with cute chubby tubular leaves shaped like little fingers. Its leaves are bright to dark green with red tips that show in cold weather. This is a very low maintenance plant and can be easily grown as a houseplant with proper light. In late winter or spring, it produces clusters of starry white flowers. This unique jade cultivar is a popular winter houseplant. The plants can grow up to three feet tall, but home gardeners often keep them as short, bonsai-like indoor trees. Gollum jade is a relatively low-maintenance plant, but there are a few things you can do to make sure that it thrives.
|1.||Light||Prefer full sun but can also survive with partial shade. Needs at least four hours of morning sun, but too much bright light can cause sunburn on its leaves.|
|2.||Water||Very sensitive to over-watering, so err on the side of under-watering. It is a succulent plant and doesn’t need much water. Mist your Gollum jade when the soil appears very dry. Overwatering can harm and lead to root rot. During their dormancy period, require very little watering—twice over the course of all winter will suffice. Gollum jade is very drought-tolerant and will not need much water to thrive.|
|3.||Encourage flowering||Make sure not to overwater them, which can lead to root rot. Give them enough light, which is ideally indirect light in the morning. Finally, always overwinter your plants by keeping them in a cool, dry place over the winter months.|
|4.||Feeding||Use a fertilizer that is diluted, and feed the plant during its active growing time. Ensure that it is receiving plenty of sunlight to minimize stretching|
Photos are only for reference purpose. The actual product may vary in size or appearance based on the climatic, age and growth of the plant