Why is my jade plant leaves turning a light green - Knowledgebase Question

New Orleans, Lo
Question by k66183
September 17, 2010
I have two jade plants in two separate containers located in window boxes under the overhang of my house. I have had these plants for over two years and I don


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Answer from NGA
September 17, 2010

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The leaves of jade plant will turn a light green if they are not getting enough sunlight or if there's a population of spidermites feeding on the plant. Check carefully for signs of these pests. They usually leave webbing between the leaves and the stems. Spidermites love hot, dry places and you can discourage them by routinely rinsing the plants off with water from the hose. Good luck with your jade plants.

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