Tree: Portulacaria afra, aka Baby Jade, Elephant’s Food, Elephant Bush and Dwarf Jade, is native to South Africa. It is a semi-evergreen tree that is extremely hardy, fast growing and loosely branched with thick oval green succulent leaves. Water sparsely. Allow the soil to dry out a little between watering.
Indoors: Baby Jade do well in full sun. If you see red tips developing on the leaves, your tree needs more sunlight.
Outdoors: During the spring and summer, they appreciate being outside. If temperatures drop below 50 degrees at night, you should bring it inside.
Pot: 8" Glazed Ceramic Pots with Matching Trays. Made from high quality clay and fired at high temperatures. Due to the nature of the glazing process, there may be slight variation in the glaze color. Pots includes two drainage holes and four wiring holes.
Approximate Dimensions: 8"(L) x 6"(W) x 2.75"(D)