Jade plant dieing
Jade plants are succulents that need well drained soil and a bright sunny location. If they receive too much moisture, especially during cool, cloudy conditions, they can develop root rot. Once the root rot starts, the aboveground parts of the plant begin to wilt because although the soil is moist, the damaged roots can't pull up the water.
You may be able to root some of the stems that are still relatively firm. Jade plant roots readily in well-drained potting soil.
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