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I did a small search and found this info to start you off with, if there is more; the real experts will chime in and give their expertise. The one thing to keep in mind is the exact same variagated Jade, (Crassala ovata,) grown in differing light may show such different colors, it is difficult to say they are the same plant.
At this link: http://garden.lovetoknow.com/s...
I found this. It does not say if it includes every varigated Jade.
There are new varieties, with attractive color, variegation, and leaf structure, but the original solid green one remains the all time favorite.
'Hummel's Sunset' (c) Trio Nursery
C. ovata 'Variegata' - Green and cream variegated leaves
C. ovata 'Tricolor' - Variegated leaves with pink blush
C. ovata 'Sunset' - Yellow leaves
C. ovata 'Hummel's Sunset' - Yellow leaves with bright pink/red highlights
C. ovata 'Bluebird' - Bluish green leaves
C. ovata 'Monstruosa Hobbit' - Leaves are curled into a roll
C. ovata 'Monstruosa Gollum' - The leaf curl is fused into a tube with a cuplike tip like Shrek's ear
The silver jade tree or silver dollar plant with silvery white leaves is another closely related species named Crassula arborescens.
and I hope that helps some.
Just a tip:
, if you look at the top right corner of my reply you will see information on my location. City or general location in your state is enough to figure out your climate and growing conditions. My town is very small, so I left that out, though I don't know why. If I wanted to add that now, it's easy to change your profile. You click on the Blue Person Icon above and go to your profile. If you do have questions on that, go to the Welcome and Help forum. It is the very last forum, on the forum page.