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Sedum Burrito (Burro's Tail - Donkey Tail) Hanging Live Succulent Plant

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Sedum Morganianum "Burrito Sedum" is prized among many succulent collectors and home decorators alike for its beautiful delicate draping form. Burrito Sedum, often referred to as Donkey Tail, provides compact bean like leaves along thin strands that hang several feet when properly cared for.

This plant is drought tolerant and does best in bright indirect light. Burrito Sedum can be used ornamentally as a hanging planter, or in a sitting planter where it will spill over the pot creating texture and unique contrast. Many florists use Burrito Sedum in wedding arrangements and bouquets for its one of a kind affect.

- This succulent blooms pink and red flowers in the summer.

- Origin: Mexico

- Plant Type: Succulent

- Size: Up to 3 ft draping

- Growth Habit: Creeping/Trailing/Hanging

- Light: Full coastal sun or bright indirect light. Water:

Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage. Zone: 10-11 Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost. Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer. Tips: Be very careful handling this plant, as the little round leaves and stems break off very easily.


Succulents are very sensitive to overwatering, and damp soil can cause root rot. Dry out soil completely between waterings. Recommended amount is once every two weeks. Tip: top inch of soil should feel dry before watering again.


Fertilize every two to four weeks during spring and summer. Withhold fertilizer during the fall and winter months.


Use well-drained soil. Regular potting soil or dirt won't do. Use cactus soil/mix potting soil with sand/pumice/perlite. Approximately 6 hours of sun per day. Gradually give plant more sunlight each day.