Identifying a Houseplant? (Jade Plant)

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February 22, 20190 found this helpful

This is a succulent called a jade plant. Dont overwater it.

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February 22, 20190 found this helpful

This is a jade plant- one of my favorites. It doesn't require a lot of care. Here us a video about your plant.



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February 22, 20190 found this helpful

Are the leaves fuzzy like they look? Are they silver color?

There is a silver dollar jade, but it is not fuzzy and the leaves typically have a red edge to them.

Standard jades are dark green with brown stems and this looks like it is a silvery color (unless the flash has just washed out the color. Also, the leaves are very smooth, and this looks fuzzy.


Please post back with additional details about the color and texture!


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February 23, 20190 found this helpful

The more I look at this, I think this is a baby Graptoveria Opalina.

I saw a whole display of them this morning at Home Depot and they looked exactly like yours. Did you get it there? They must have had a run on them :)

These are fun to grow, need very maintenance. Partial sun, water when TOTALLY dry.

Enjoy!! Fun plant!!

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February 24, 20190 found this helpful

Hello ! For sure It is a succulent and if its leaves are "velvety" as it looks like on the picture it could be a member of the Echeveria family, like an echeveria elegans, or an echeveria setosa, they are also called plush plant.

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February 24, 20192 found this helpful

Sorry I have to disagree with the above answers. Most echeverias and graptos have rosette or bunched habits, and your plant does not exhibit this. I believe that your plant is a Kalanchoe, as its habit/form is typical of these types of plants.


Specifically, I believe it is a Kalanchoe eriophylla, though it would help to know the color of the flower. Make sure it has fast draining soil and protect it from too much sun.

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February 25, 20190 found this helpful

You could be right about the plant being a kalanchoe eriophylla even if it doesn't have that typical little spot of a darker color at the tips of its leaves, but what is on this picture is not an adult plant it is only the shoot of an adult plant which has been recently put in soil as you can see from its size. It is not possible to tell from its today's shape what it will look like once it will be adult and only if it is receiving the right amount of zenital but not direct light which is a condition you can rarely provide in a flat. In this case as all succulents do it will grow stretching up too long and bending on one size towards the light and will not keep its "rosette" shape.

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