Burro’s Tail (Sedum morganianum) is a fairly easy to care for succulent, native to Mexico. Its trailing stems are covered in overlapping thick leaves making this plant very attractive and unique. Do to it’s structure, it’s best to keep it as a hanging plant to avoid breakage of its delicate stems.
Light Requirements - Best suited in bright indirect light. Be sure not to allow it to sit in full sun for long periods of time as it may cause the leaves to burn and dry up.
Water Requirements - Allow soil to completely dry out between waterings. Over watering is the easiest way to kill this plant.
Soil Requirements - Fast draining soil such as Cactus & Succulent Soil woks best.