Humboldt said:The puckered leaf looks like slight under-watering to me too.
For my many many jades, I do much better with a gritty, sandy soil.
The plants themselves hold the water, I want a soil that has organic matter but also enough sand and perlite that I can water thoroughly and know it will drain well and not retain enough moisture to harm the roots. My succulents like to start getting dry and even stressing a bit before they get well-drenched.
My oldest is maybe 40-60, had for about 20 years.
9 cuttings at work and everything in between.
Just what works for me.
wow.. may I know how tall is the plant and how big is the trunk ? tx
Kaktus said:If not asking too much, mind to share a picture of the plant here? I expect the size of the trunk to be very fat, but surprisingly it is just 1/2"
I believe @Humboldt is saying that is 1/2" WIDER than a 12oz can, which would make it prox 3" in diameter.