Place it in bright light for a few days and then push into the soil.
Carefully remove it from the pot and comb out the roots very carefully with your fingers to remove the soil gently so as to avoid any damage. Then, as Cactus said, check the roots for rot. Keep these tips in mind. Overwatered backyard slope and then mudslide 5. Assess the damage in your plants, and then use these tricks to revive it.
I'm in USDA hardiness zone 9b and have never had a problem with them in the heat, though full sun can make it harder to keep up with watering in the summer. Richford, Nannette.
The limb laying on the soil broke off because of a wren using it as a perch. What is this succulent, please?
Before doing anything make sure you have the right soil mixture. Decide whether any of the roots are actively rotting.
The good news is that you can usually fix this problem. Now place your Jade inside the pot and work the soil around and into the roots. If your conservatory is warm and sunny then that's a good location especially if it can get 4-6 hours of full or partial sunshine each day.
If they're in the ground, lay your water hose over the base of the plant and let it slowly run for an hour or so. The only way to save plants from any type of over-fertilizing is to flush them with water.
If I cut it back, I should be able to plant the cuttings in the ground to grow new jades, right? If all the diseased roots have been removed, examine the jade plant's trunk and branches for soft, mushy areas. I removed the wet leaves from around the roots, can I save the plant? Water only when the soil is dry to the touch, but do not let it get too dry.