11 Different Types of Jade Plants that Flower

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Check out the Different Types of Jade Plants that Flower and include them in your collection for exquisite blooms!

Do you want blooming succulents in your collection? Check out our exclusive list of the Different Types of Jade Plants that Flower! These plants are also very easy to look after and maintain.

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Different Types of Jade Plants that Flower

1. Silver Dollar Jade

Silver Dollar Jade with Flower
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Botanical Name: Crassula arborescens

This clump-forming succulent shrub shows off blue-gray leaves with burgundy edges. During fall and winter, long-lasting white-pink blooms appear over the foliage.

2. Ripple Jade

Ripple Jade plant with flower
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Botanical Name: Crassula arborescens ssp. undulatifolia

The Ripple Jade plant has a compact form and grows star-like yellow blooms during winter.

3. Gollum Jade

gollum Jade Plants with Flower

Botanical Name: Crassula argentea ‘Gollum’

This elegant variety offers finger-like cylindrical shiny green foliage with red windows at the tip. During late fall to early winter, small pink-white blooms occur on the plant.

4. Red Coral Jadered coral jade with flower

Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Red Coral’

Red Coral displays oddly shaped bright green to dark green leaves. During spring, small pink-white blooms can be seen on the plant.

5. Jade Plant

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Botanical Name: Crassula ovata

This popular variety grows fast and looks great in containers. In late fall to early winter, small white-pink blooms will appear on the succulent.

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6. Hobbit Jade

hobbit jade with flower

Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Hobbit’

This dwarf and compact variety shows off red blush in stressed conditions. In late fall to early winter, small pink-white flowers emerge above the leaves.

7. Botany Bay Jade

Botany Bay Jade Plants with flower
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Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Botany Bay’

This variety was introduced in 2011 by Garden Gate Nursery, Dural. The plant produces small pink-white flowers in late fall to early winter.

8. Harbour Lights Jade

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Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Harbour Lights’

The red hue on the tips of green-plumped leaves becomes red-maroon in winter, making them more attractive! In late fall to early winter, the plant produces pink-white flowers.

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9. Red Dwarf Jade PlantRed Dwarf Jade Plant with Flower

Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Crosby’s Dwarf’

Expose the plant to the sun for a red tinge in the foliage. Crosby Red offers pink-white blooms in late fall to early winter. It is one of the best Types of Jade Plants that Flower.

10. Golden Jade Tree

Golden Jade Tree with flower

Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Hummel’s Sunset’

‘Hummel’s Sunset’ was awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1993 for its stunning foliage color. The leaves turn from green to gold and red in winter. Small star-shaped pink or white blooms rarely appear on the plant.

11. Miniature Jade Plant

miniature Jade Plants with Flower
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Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Minima’

The plant shows off a bushy structure in small pots and forms leaf clusters on several small branches. Over the fall and winter, ornamental clusters of pink and white small blossoms appear on the plant.

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