I've read other questions on this and other forums on Jade plants, and haven't quite found an answer.
My Jade plant is 20 years old and about 3" in diameter at the base and 4' high. It seems to never have been sick, except for a sunburn 10 years ago. A few months ago, leaves down the branches from the tips started to wrinkle and brown - more than the normal old age shedding. Now most leaves have wrinkled and are dying. The plant's trying hard to survive - it has grown new leaves that I thought would "save" it, but now they are wrinkling and turning brown too.
All I've read on over-watering has led me to reduce watering, then increase some after a month of low water didn't help.
An 18" tall tree next to this one is doing great. Sunshine in Colorado isn't a problem. I'm wondering if a house sitter over watered and cause the roots to rot, but I don't know what to do now.
Can I repot a tree this large? (maybe there is no choice).
How large a branch can I start in a separate pot? How would I start a fairly large branch?