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Different Types of Jade Plant

Crassula Arborescens

Crassula Arborescens

Flowers: Long lasting white-pink flowers appear atop of the foliage over the Autumn winter period.
Height: 60cm. Height is restricted by containerisation and container size.

Slow growing clump forming succulent shrub. The unmistakable blue-grey foliage highlighted with burgandy edging makes this an impressive contrast plant.

Crassula Arborescens Blue Bird Variegata

Crassula Arborescens Blue Bird Variegata

Height: 50cm. Height is restricted by containerisation and container size.

Slow growing clump forming succulent shrub, a unique leaf colour combination of aqua, cream,green and red. An interesting and rewarding succulent grown for its year round foliage colour.

Crassula Arborescens Undulatifolia

Crassula Arborescens Undulatifolia

Flowers: Whitish-pink star shaped flowers atop of the plant over the winter period.
Height: 1m. Height is restricted by containerisation and container size.

Firstly recorded in 1974, and slowly introduced into the market place, Undulatifolia, Ripple Jade provides architectural interest for the landscape and decorative containers. With a tight compact growth habit in a natural bonsai-like facet, the waxy leaves makes for a dramatic contrast plant.  Year round foliage colour adds specail interest to any planting.

Crassula Argentea Gollum

Crassula Argentea Gollum

Flowers: In late autumn to early winter; small pinkish-white flowers will appear providing further interest.

An elegant form of gollum with long finger-like cylindrical glossy green leaves. Fingers with red windows at the tip. Compact, slow growing shrubby succulent.

Crassula Ovata

Crassula Ovata

Flowers: In late autumn to early winter; small pinkish-white flowers will appear providing further interest.
Height: 2m. Height is restricted by containerisation and container size. Height can also be controlled with regular trimming.

The original Jade, an old fashion favourite, one of the most popular Jade plants in cultivation, an extremely hardy variety. Fastest growing of all the ovata selections, responds to trimming.

Crassula Ovata Botany Bay

Crassula Ovata Botany Bay

Flowers: In late autumn to early winter; small pinkish-white flowers will appear providing further interest.
Height: 1m - over 5 years. Height restricted by confined space.

 Introduced into the market place in 2011 by Garden Gate Nursery, Dural. Outstanding plant to produce from a growers point of view due to its compact bushy nature. From a landscape or pot usage its habit and or shape are held well over time. Reduce foliage stretch in lower light due to a tight internode spacing.  Foliage develops a red blush during the year under dry or stressful conditions.

Crassula Ovata Crosby Red

Crassula Ovata Crosby Red

Flowers: In late autumn to early winter; small pinkish-white flowers will appear providing further interest.

 A selected form of Crassula ovata. Outstanding foliage colour under stress and dry conditions.

Crassula Ovata Harbour Lights

Crassula Ovata Harbour Lights

Flowers: In late autumn to early winter; small pinkish-white flowers will appear providing further interest.

 A selected form of Crassula ovata introduced into the marketplace in 2014 by Glenfield Wholesale Nursery. Outstanding Jade with an exceptional pot habit. Smaller leaves than the standard Crassula ovata. The plant displays an extremely intense red foliage over the winter months.

Crassula Ovata Hobbit

Crassula Ovata Hobbit

Flowers: In late autumn to early winter small pinkish-white flowers appear above the foliage.
Height: 30cm Height of this plant is controlled by the size of the container.

An extremely dwarf and compact variety originating from Paradisia Nursery in Victoria. A selected form of Crassula ovata Hobbit, available in the market place with the commercial name 'Bonsai Jade Tree'.  This is an exceptional variety for containerisation either grown on its own as a single planting or mixed with other succulents in small combination bowls. The foliage develops a red blush during the year under stressful conditions, an ideal plant for indoor use due to its slow growing nature. 

Full sun to part shade.

Crassula Ovata Hummel's Sunset

Crassula Ovata Hummel's Sunset

Flowers: Small starry white or pink flowers are rarely produced in cultivation.

 With spectacular foliage colour, the Hummel's Sunset Crassula is an award winning Jade, receiving the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit in 1993.  Perfect in containers for an indefinite period of time. Provides a thick Bonsai styled trunk as the plant ages within the pot.  The foliage becomes even more striking as winter ensues, as tones of gold, red and green deepen.

Crassula Ovata Little Jade Tree

Crassula Ovata Little Jade Tree

Flowers: Shy on flowers and irregular flowering.
Height: 40cm Height restricted by confined space.

 A chance seedling discovered by Jan Morgan - Glenfield Wholesale Nursery, Picton site. Dwarf and compact. Introduced into the marketplace in 2015.

Note: Photo taken 4th of May 2016, showing original seedling selected in 2011 and younger plants reproduced from cuttings. This plant is eligible for Australian Plant Protection Rights.

Crassula Ovata Minima

Crassula Ovata Minima

Flowers: Over the autumn and winter months, showy clusters of white and pink small flowers appear above the foliage.
Height: 60cm. Height is controlled by container size and trimming.

 A selected form of Crassula ovata. It has a compact habit and the growing tips tend to branch and cluster creating a fuller appearance in smaller containers.

Crassula Ovata Pink

Crassula Ovata Pink

Flowers: Over the autumn and winter months, showy clusters of pink small flowers appear above the foliage.
Height: 1m - over 5 years. Height restricted by confined space.

A selected form of Crassula ovata grown for its compact bushy habit, flowers and exceptional pot performance over an extended period of time.  Foliage develops a red blush during the year under dry or stressful conditions.

Crassula Ovata Pixie

Crassula Ovata Pixie

Flowers: Over the autumn and winter months, showy clusters of white and pink small flowers appear above the foliage.
Height: 60cm. Height is controlled by container size and trimming.

 A selected form of Crassula ovata grown for its compact habit and exceptional pot performance.  Foliage develops a red leaf margin during the year under dry or stressful conditions.  With gardens becoming smaller and pots being used in the home environment, correct plant selection for long term use becomes a key ingredient for success.  Introduced into the market by Glenfield Wholesale Nursery in 2014. A naturally occurring sport for an in-house variety.

Crassula Ovata Ruby

Crassula Ovata Ruby

Flowers: Over the autumn and winter months, showy clusters of white and pink small flowers appear above the foliage.
Height: 1m - over 5 years. Height restricted by confined space.

 A selected form of Crassula ovata grown for its compact habit and unique ruby red blushed leaves.

Crassula Ovata Sienna

Crassula Ovata Sienna

Flowers: Over the autumn and winter months, showy clusters of white and pink small flowers appear above the foliage.
Height: 60cm. Height is controlled by container size and trimming.

A selected form of Crassula ovata, a sport selected from Crassula Ovata Ruby. A super compact habit where the growing tips tend to branch and cluster tighter, creating a fuller appearance in smaller containers.

Note: Photo taken 8th of May 2016, showing plants reproduced from cutting, under trial in a production nursery. This plant is eligible for Australian Plant Protection Rights. Jan Morgan of Glenfield Wholesale Nursery, Picton NSW, developed the variety.

Crassula Arborescens Large Leaf Form

Crassula Arborescens Large Leaf Form

Height: 60cm. Height is restricted by containerisation and container size.

Slow growing clump forming succulent shrub with a distinctive large leaf. The unmistakable blue-grey foliage highlighted with burgandy edging makes this an impressive contrast plant.

Portulacaria Afra

Portulacaria Afra

Flowers: Not grown as a flowering plant, rarely flowers in cultivation.
Height: 2m. Size of the plant can be controlled by trimming and shaping.

Decorative, structural succulent featuring small rounded fleshy leaf set directly on short dark mahogany stems. Withstands long periods of heat and drought.

Portulacaria Afra Aurea

Portulacaria Afra Aurea

Flowers: Lavender pink flowers are rarely seen and it is quite possible this variety does not flower at all.
Height: 70cm - 1m. Size of the plant can be controlled by trimming and shaping.

A slow growing, low sprawling evergreen succulent groundcover with attractive reddish brown stems and pale yellow to light green rounded leaves. Leaf colour varies with new growth and colour shades are influenced by the time of the year, water and fertiliser. Can be grown in full sun to light shade.

Portulacaria Afra Cascade

Portulacaria Afra Cascade

Flowers: Rarely flowers in cultivation, not grown as a flowering plant.
Height: 15cm - 1m. Size of the plant can be controlled by trimming and shaping.

Cascading ground cover with rounded fleshy leaves set directly on short dark mahogany stems. Withstands long periods of heat and drought.

Portulacaria Afra Large Leaf

Portulacaria Afra Large Leaf

Flowers: Rarely flowers in cultivation, not grown as a flowering plant.
Height: 2m. Size of the plant can be controlled by trimming.

Decorative, structural succulent featuring large rounded fleshy leaves set directly on short dark red stems.

Portulacaria Variegata

Portulacaria Variegata

Flowers: Lavender pink flowers are rarely seen and it is quite possible this variety does not flower at all in cultivation.
Height: 70cm - 1m. Size is easily controlled with selective pruning and pot size.

Evergreen spreading, slow growing succulent shrub. Attractive mahogany coloured stems combined with variegated creamy leaves which have a light green centre stripe, and a tinge of magenta on the very edge of the leaf make for year round foliage colour in the garden or container.

 

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