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Sedum morganianum

Native range: Southern Mexico, Honduras

Known names: Donkey's Tail, Burro's Tail

Hardiness: Best kept above freezing

Mature Size: ~24" long stems

Light: Bright direct morning sun, full sun, afternoon shade in hot climates

Water: Water once soil is dry

Soil: Succulent mix

Dormancy Period: Winter

Pet-Safe: No

Plant Size: Grown in 4" pots, shipped semi bare root.


Much like the Donkey's Trail, this succulent has a cascading habit of pale green jellybean-like leaves. Salmon-colored flowers appear at the tip of the growth point in summer. Somewhat of a brittle plant. The difference between Burro and Donkey Tail is Burro has more of a rounded/compact leaves while Donkey's Tail has more of a banana-shaped leaves.

Sedum morganianum (Burro's Tail) [4"]

SKU: 1628002239071
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