Hi, I inherited two beautiful jade plants about 2 months ago. They did beautifully outside in our patio with a few hours of morning sun each day. I moved them inside about a week and a half ago due to it getting below 50 degrees at night. I didn't water for the first week because I thought it would help them acclimate better not to over water as the soil was still moist. I checked them after a week and they both have these pitted spots on them mostly on the window side of the plant. The soil was dry so I watered. And they are still the same. Help???
These plants have sentimental meaning and I would hate to lose them. Thanks in advance for any help.
Hi, I am unable to read your post. The background is dark grey and the letters are black.
Looking at your pictures I initially thought the plant got too cold but I noticed that it was inside. Was the the plant taken outside in cold weather?
Some of he leaves look like they were damaged by bugs. I had a plant once that was being eaten by slugs/snails. Are there any bugs on the plant or in the soil? Are there any snail/slug trails anywhere around he plant.
One last idea, do you have any pets that could be damaging the plant ?