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Portulacaria Afra - Jade (2 pack)
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Portulacaria Afra 'Frank' - Cork Jade (2 pack)

$39.00
The Cork Bark Jade, also known as Portulacariaafra 'Frank', is a rare species of jade that features a cork bark trunk. The Cork Bark Jade makes a wonderful bonsai. The Jade is an evergreen succulent that can be grown indoors; however, it does best when placed outdoors. These are younger specimen, and the bark has not yet corked; this comes with age.

Tree Specifications:
- Botanical Name: Portulacaria Afra 'Frank'
- Common Name: Jade
- Pot: 4” Plastic Growers Liner
- Size: 9" - 12" Including Growers Pot

Our featured material is of our general stock for this species, and each tree will be slightly different due to shape, trimming, season, and natural growth patterns but similar in size.

All sales are final on material.
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The Cork Bark Jade, also known as Portulacariaafra 'Frank', is a rare species of jade that features a cork bark trunk. The Cork Bark Jade makes a wonderful bonsai. The Jade is an evergreen succulent that can be grown indoors; however, it does best when placed outdoors. These are younger specimen, and the bark has not yet corked; this comes with age.

Tree Specifications:
- Botanical Name: Portulacaria Afra 'Frank'
- Common Name: Jade
- Pot: 4” Plastic Growers Liner
- Size: 9" - 12" Including Growers Pot

Our featured material is of our general stock for this species, and each tree will be slightly different due to shape, trimming, season, and natural growth patterns but similar in size.

All sales are final on material.

Care Information

  • Jade grows well in both low and high light conditions.
  • The Jade can hold a large amount of water within the leaves.
  • Water lightly to avoid root rot and fungi. When watering, allow the soil to dry between each watering.
  • During winter, water every 2-3 weeks.
  • Mist the leaves often during the day if kept indoors.
  • To prevent dried foliage, avoid areas near a draft or vent.
  • If you decide to train your Jade, be careful as the branches can be broken easily.
  • Fertilize the Jade about once a month from mid-spring to the fall.
  • When repotting your Jade, make sure to use a mixture of gritty soil and compost that allows for good drainage.

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