I put my jade tree out to get some sun yesterday, and apparently the sun was a little too blazingly direct. Instead of the healthy red edges I was expecting to see, several of the leaves are now collapsed-looking and have a greyish-brown color.
These photos make the brown spots look more red than they are. (Phone camera pics, sorry for the quality.)
The most dead-looking leaf:
A cluster of really sunken-looking leaves:
Is there anything I should do? This is quite a healthy plant otherwise, and it's an eighth or less of its leaves that are affected.
Should I keep the plant inside for a few days to recuperate? The sun outside today (and probably tomorrow) is just as strong as yesterday, and I don't have any good windows that get much sun at all. Should I cut off all the affected leaves? Leave them and see if they drop off themselves? Smear some aloe vera on there and make it a nice cool glass of lemonade? What about the leaves that are only partly bad-looking (one big, juicy leaf just has a collapsed edge, for example)?