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Jades and high heat

Posted by whip1 z5 ne Ohio (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 6, 12 at 17:43

The temp is supposed to be high 90's with a heat index over 100 for the next few days. I know the Jades can take the heat, but would it be better to bring them in and give them a break?

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RE: Jades and high heat

I think all succulents do best at around 75 degrees or so, but i dont think they really care about the heat ... its been in the 100's her for a few weeks and nothing seems to have slowed down

RE: Jades and high heat

when it is that hot, which it has been here, i just water much more frequently. i have been watering every other day.


RE: Jades and high heat

No, no need to.

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