Jade - Money Plant
Crassula Ovata (Jade) is one of the most common house plants, prized for it's deep green waxy leaves, easy care and the supposed belief that it attracts money. This mini tree-like plant originates from South Africa and Mozambique and is often displayed as a bonsai tree.
Jades can produce small white and pink flowers, although conditions need to be adequate to make it flower.
Jades are easy to care for. They prefer bright indirect light and require watering only when the soil is quite dry. Allow soil to dry out between waterings.
Use a well-draining potting soil such as cactus or succulent soil.
Jades like humid environments and misting them occasionally can help increase their vitality.
The jade plant is toxic to pets.