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dollar méxico


Price range: 30 - 30 MXN / bunch | Market: Central de Abasto de Iztapalapa DF | Date: 2021-09-24

dollar veracruz


Price range: 40 - 50 MXN / bunch 100 pcs | Market: Módulo de Abasto de Oaxaca | Date: 2021-09-24

dollar michoacán


Price range: 40 - 70 MXN / bunch | Market: Mercado de Abasto de Morelia | Date: 2021-09-23

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The jade plant is valued for its fleshy green leaves and ease of care, as it requires little water. It can also grow easily on a windowsill with minimal sun exposure. The jade plant is propagated by removing offshoots (which appear at the base of the mother plant and resemble a bulb) and planting them in soil. They can be grown in containers or planted directly into the ground. It can also be propagated by leaf cuttings, although success rates are low. It is also used as bonsai. The jade plant is considered toxic to cats and dogs, and an irritant for skin and eyes; it should be kept out of reach of children and pets. The jade plant (Crassula ovata) is a succulent that requires little water and can survive in most indoor conditions. It is sometimes referred to as the money tree; however, Pachira aquatica also has this nickname. The jade plant is propagated by removing offshoots (which appear at the base of the mother plant and resemble a bulb) and planting them in soil. They can be grown in containers or planted directly into the ground. It can also be propagated by leaf cuttings, although success rates are low. The jade plant is considered toxic to cats and dogs, and an irritant for skin and eyes; The jade plant is vulnerable to mealybugs and occasionally suffers from scale insects, fungal diseases (such as stem and root rot), bacterial infections (particularly in warm, humid conditions), and pests such as thrips, mites, and spider mites. Crassula ovata, commonly known as jade plant, lucky plant, money tree, or money plant, is a succulent plant with small pink or white flowers that are native to the KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa, and Mozambique; it is common as a houseplant worldwide. Much of its popularity stems from the low levels of care needed; the jade plant requires little water and can survive in most indoor conditions. It is sometimes referred to as the money tree; however, Pachira aquatica also has this nickname.

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