The soil will be completely dried out and the leaves on the succulent (especially near the bottom of the plant) will begin to wrinkle. This means the plant is low on water and rehydrating with the water stored in its leaves. Water modestly and the wrinkling should fix itself in about a day or so!
What does an overwatered jade plant look like?
Here are the main signs of an overwatered jade plant to watch out for: Leaves turning yellow. Stems are droopy. Seemingly healthy leaves start dropping off.
Why do my plant leaves look wrinkled?
If your plant has leaves with ends that are wrinkled or curling chances are the following could be happening: Insufficient light. Too much or too little water. Low humidity.
How do you plump up jade plant leaves?
When you see your jade plant’s leaves begin to thin and wrinkle, this is the signal that it is time to water. It’s better to water the plant outside or in a sink to avoid damaging your furniture or floors. Add water until water drains out the bottom of the pot, then wait a minute and add water again.