Dischidia Dragon Jade is a mutated form of Dischidia nummularia String of Nickles.
The foliage on this particular plant has bubble-shaped leaves that curl inward, resembling kernels of corn.
Dischidia Dragon Jade does best in bright indirect light. They can live in medium/indirect light but may grow slower in a lower light setting.
Just like its cousin, the Hoya, too much water in the planting medium will cause the delicate roots of this plant to rot, so to be safe, let the planting medium dry out slightly between each watering.