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A fun trailing succulent, easy to grow, easy to propagate. Just give it lots of light and not so much water.
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Sedum experts will tell you that Sedum morganianum 'Burrito' and Sedum morganianum (Donkey's Tail) are simply not the same thing. 'Burrito,' or Little Donkey's/Burro's Tail, has rounder, shorter leaves than Donkey's Tail and apparently is the result of hybridization, having never been found in the wild. That said, Little Donkey's Tail is a fun trailing houseplant for those who have very well-lit rooms (south and west facing windows are ideal) and may forget to water their houseplants periodically. These densely packed, plump, rounded leaves grow on stems that can reach three to four feet long. Tuck broken stems or even leaves back into the pot and watch them root and form new tails. If curious pets decide to taste 'Burrito' they should have no ill-effects, but for the sake of the plant, consider hanging it out of harm's way.
|Common Name||Little Donkey's Tail, Little Burro's Tail|
|Mature Size||Trails up to 4 feet|
|Optimum Temperature||60°-80° F|
|Characteristics||Houseplant, container planter outdoors in summer, pet-friendly|
|Light||Well-lit room, south or west facing windows ideal. Grow outdoors in summer, dappled sun.|
|Water||Water thoroughly when top inch of soil is dry|
|Bloom Color||Pink or red if it blooms at all|
|Uses||Houseplant, indoor container planters, hanging baskets. Grow outdoors in the summer only.|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|