I have a jade plant that rotted out from the root. It has two healthy trunks and I'm wondering if it's possible to save them.
At the moment I have them freshly cut and sitting in water that I don't know if jade plants will root from that.
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Quick take them out of the water! Like most succulents they root by making a clean cut at the root end with a sharp knife or razor and letting it sit on the windowsill for a week or so.
Then, once the wound has dried, place in damp sand and high light. Keeping sand damp is harder than it seems. Wet is no good, dry does not encourage roots. Do not cover the rooting area in a plastic bag or glass.