4.3 out of 5 Customer Rating

Jade Succulent

4", White Matte Ceramic

$21.75 Price reduced from $29.00 to

Black Friday! 25% off All Plants. Ends 11/28

Select Color


Native to South Africa, Jade is thought to bring good luck (as well as good looks) to its owner and their home, which makes it a thoughtful housewarming gift. If you follow the principles of Feng Shui you might place yours in the southeast corner of your place to bring health and happiness. Wherever it sits, this succulent radiates perky positive energy and helps boost humidity too.

Due to state restrictions, we are unable to ship plants to ID, HI, or AK.

Why We Love Them

We’re wild about the glossy, deep-green, spoon-shaped leaves and the thick woody stem, which gives this unusual succulent a tree-like appearance. It's a unique addition to our plant collection, and really easy to look after.


  • Smooth Ceramic Pot
  • Simple and oh so stylish
  • Material: Traditional ceramic
  • Color: White
  • Dimensions: 4.5” x 4”
  • All of our plant containers come with drainage holes and a saucer tray (to keep your plant happy and your surfaces dry)

Plant Care

  • Prefers to be watered every other week
  • Happy to live in a bright, sunny spot
  • Plant food included
  • Please note, each succulent is uniquely different and may vary in color

Ships safe

Our potted plants ship in a secure base surrounded by packing straw so they'll look fabulous when they arrive on your doorstep.

Fabulous plants don’t travel in extreme temperatures, though, so we may hold onto your order until weather conditions improve.

What to expect

Watch the unboxing of our plants, with all the extra little thoughtful details that make our products really unique.


Plant food in every box

Worried about your plant’s well-being from day 1? We got you covered. A starter supply of plant food has been selected with your plant in mind and is sent along with every Greendigs plant collection for a beautiful, healthy plant.

Everything you need to know to care for these desert-loving plants.

A little dusting can go a long way!