Crassula Ovata Variegata also known as 'Tricolor' Jade is a popular houseplant believed to attract wealth into our homes. It is called Lucky plant or Money Plant in Feng Shui. I am sure you have seen a Jade plant in the entrance of a Chinese restaurant or store. Do not place in your bedroom or bathroom.
The gifting of a jade plant is a traditional feng shui practice, especially in business relationships. Business professionals often hallmark a first meeting with the exchanging of gifts such as a jade plant. A new business is blessed when it receives a jade plant gift. You can also give this plant as a housewarming gift, as well as birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, and other occasions
Light: Direct Light but be careful not to burn the leaves.
Water: Water when soil is completely dry and give a good soak. Never over water your plant. Succulents are designed for drought conditions, so a little water goes a long way.
Jade is a forgiving grower and makes a great choice for beginners.
Size: 20cm, comes in regular nursery pot