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new jade plant

Posted by organic_mike02 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 20, 10 at 18:33

hi whip
i have a few questions on my jade plant.i just bought on from home depot(a very large on)and was courios,it was kinda big for the pot i bought it in,did i repot it too soon??/it seems to be doing fine,sprouting new sapplings off the branches ec ect,but dosnt seem to be grow much other than that??did i stunt the groth??


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RE: new jade plant

Am I missing something?

"sprouting new sapplings off the branches ec ect, but dosnt seem to be grow much other than that??"

That IS new growth, why doesn't that seem to count for you?

Unless I misunderstand,

new growth = NOT stunted growth

As to Pot Size, perhaps pix would help us see what you mean. If no pix, perhaps tell the size of both the plants & the pot. Otherwise, how can we form an opinion?

If you're new & don't know this yet, pls. switch over to the Cactus & Succulent forum (sort of next door) & see the many, many Posts on Jades (Crassula ovata). May answer some of your questions & shows lots of pix of plant-to-pot size for you to see.

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