How To Repot A Jade Plant. The water method. Also avoid repotting during the summer when the Jade Plant is actively growing.
The next step in propagating jade plants from leaves is to lay the jade leaf onto a potting mixture of half vermiculite or perlite and half soil. This prevents the roots from becoming too constricted in a small space or root-bound. When you keep these plants root bound they will grow smaller meaning you can easily manage them.
Treat any visible cuts with a fungicide.
Every couple of years its good to repot your jade plant into a slightly larger container and refresh the potting soil. As jade plants grow the stem will thicken and they will look more like a tree. Place the plant in its new pot and backfill with potting soil spreading the roots out as you repot. You want the water to flow out freely so the mix and roots doesnt stay too wet.