Jade Bonsai Aged


  • Scientifically known as Portulacaria afra
  • Pronounced as portu-lac-aria af-rah
  • Commonly known as Dwarf Jade
  • Originally from Africa, the Dwarf Jade tree is a fleshy, softly woody shrub or small tree. The Jade has a thick trunk and a fine branch structure with thick oval green succulent leaves. The bark is green and soft when young, becoming red-brown when it ages.
  • The Jade tree is considered an indoor tree in most temperate zones, although it can be grown outdoors in full sun and sufficiently high temperatures.


Light: Keep temperatures above 5°C at all times. It needs lots of light or even full sun.

Water: Jade trees can hold large amounts of water inside their leaves. Water sparsely and allow the plant to dry out a little bit between watering.

Pruning: As a succulent, water is contained its trunk and branches; they tend to bend from their weight. Jades respond well to pruning, which should be done regularly to force the tree to grow branches also lower on its trunk. Do not use cut-paste though, as this might lead to rotting.

Additional information

Weight 18.683 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 65 cm
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