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Crassula ovata is known by many names, including: Jade Plant, Friendship Plant, Money Plant, and many more. This plant is actually an early dicot flowering plant, and belongs to the stonecrop family, Crassulaceae. Like other stone crops such as Echeveria, Sedum, and Cotyledon, these plants can be propagated from virtually any part of the plant, including the leaves, stems, and seeds! In some species, they will even produce roots on branches in anticipation of a strong wind blowing that part of the plant off. With roots already grown, the broken piece tumbles along until it re-roots, growing into a new plant. These plants are so prolific that they are often considered to be weedy pests in greenhouses.
AKA 'Money Plant.' Yes please!