We move the plants from the greenhouse to the patio as soon as the weather is warm enough in the spring. The Jades bloom heavily, Usually about at this time of year, give or take a few weeks. I believe the reason is because Jade plants are tropical. The temperature in the greenhouse at this time of year is cooler than they prefer. The blooms are a self preservation measure on the part of the plants. Moving the plants always causes some ends of the plant to break off because the plants are wider than the doors. We finally figured out how to prevent that problem for the most part. We take a drop cloth from my shop and wrap it firmly around the plant. Since the drop cloths are 6′ x 12′, We can make over two rounds on the plant. Jade plants are very brittle but that prevents most breakage except for a few leaves.