Sedum Burrito Burrows Tail (Sedum Morganianum)
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Sedum Burrito, also known as Burro's Tail or Donkey's Tail, is a trailing succulent plant highly valued for its cascading stems of plump, fleshy leaves. This plant is indigenous to rocky and arid regions of Mexico and Honduras.
The leaves of Sedum Burrito are cylindrical or oval-shaped, pale blue-green, and have a rounded tip. They grow in a spiral pattern along the stems, reaching up to 3 feet in length. The leaves are densely packed, giving the plant a full and lush appearance.
In the summer, Sedum Burrito produces clusters of small, pink or red, star-shaped flowers at the tips of its stems, attracting bees and other pollinators.
Sedum Burrito is an easy-to-care-for plant that can tolerate a wide range of growing conditions. It prefers bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, making it drought-tolerant and not requiring frequent watering. As a trailing plant, it is often grown in hanging baskets or as a ground cover in rock gardens. It is a popular choice for succulent enthusiasts and is commonly used in arrangements with other succulents or cacti.
This plant is an excellent choice for those looking for online houseplants to give as gifts, as we offer a handwritten card with your personalized message during the checkout process. At Happy Houseplants, we provide the best indoor plants, from special succulents to tropical, big-leaved foliage plants, mini houseplants to indoor trees, and cacti.
Sedum Burrito propagates easily by breaking away from the mother plant. Although we ship and wrap the plant carefully, some parts may break during the shipping process. These can be easily propagated, and it's a natural and normal occurrence. Once settled, the plant grows larger. Please ensure that you understand this before purchasing, as propagating plants may require some patience and care.
Sedum Burrito care level
This is easy care and great for beginners.
Where should I put it?
It likes high or direct light, a few hours of the morning sun - try a south-facing windowsill.
How should I water my Sedum morganianum?
You can water when the top layers of soil feel dry to the touch - then soak through and allow to drain.
Should I feed it?
You can feed every couple of weeks in spring and summer - try our vegan, organic plant food.
Is it suitable if I have pets?
Yes! This plant is fine with pets around.
What size is it?
Please have a look at our video for general houseplant care advice.
All our plants are supplied in a plastic nursery pot