Jade plant rotting
I have had my jade plant for over twenty years. It has lived inside and outside at times, and always done well. Recently it was inside for over a year. For most of the summer, and had generally been neglected - it was in a corner where it got only indirect light, and was watered VERY infrequently. I noticed that leaves were starting to drop, and decided that it needed a good dose of "fresh air and sunshine." I put it on a north facing porch where it would get morning sun light but be sheltered from the hot after noon sun. It was also exposed to the rain.
At first I was not alarmed that more leaves were dropping. I figured that it would recover soon, but soon became concerned when not only leaves, but whole branches where dropping. I put it where the rain would not get to it, thinking that it might have been getting too much water - especially after having had so little water when inside. The branches actually looked like they were rotting, so I cut it back to healthy parts of the plant, and brought it back inside, where it is once again getting only indirect light. And it continues to die back. I am now wondering if it will survive and would appreciate any help anyone can give.