Jade and Other Succulents Losing Leaves and Turning Yellow

I recently put out my house plants for the season. We've had a lot of rain, but also some cold nights. Do you think that would have made my jade and other succulent plants lose their leaves and turn a pale shade of green, almost yellow? Too much water? How do I save them? They are both very old plants and up till this point, very healthy. Please, I love them!

By Ann B.



May 29, 20110 found this helpful

Jade does tend to get yellow when over-watered, so it's probably the rain. I'd make sure the pots are all draining well and leave them somewhere that they can dry out. Hopefully they'll spring back to life soon!

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