These are leaf scars where leaves used to be. You can simply prune right above a leaf scar (maybe a quarter of an inch above it…don’t cut it too close to the leaf scar). Remember that new branches (usually 2 from each cut) will form just below where you pruned.
How do I make my jade plant bushy?
Simply snip off or pinch off the newly sprouted leaves on the end of each branch. I know this seems counterintuitive, but cutting off the newly grown leaves will in fact encourage more branching, making for a fuller jade plant!
What does a leggy jade look like?
What does a Leggy Jade plant look like? A healthy Jade plant is known to look compact, as they have a slow growth rate and sufficient light levels could leave them looking bushy, so if you notice that your Crassula Jade plant has a stretched-out look, then it is leggy.