Sedum Burrito “Donkey's Tail”
- Plant Care
Donkey’s Tail, Sedum ‘Burrito’, is a fantastic succulent, bearing thick trailing stems covered with overlapping, plump, blue-green leaves. Star-shaped flowers in pink or red may appear at the tips of stems in summer. The Sedum burrito is one of the most famous succulent plants because of its curious appearance.
It makes an interesting addition to hanging baskets. The leaves are very fleshy, oval-shaped, bright green. Its peculiar growth causes the leaves to be configured in long clusters that hang from the plant. It is thought that the name of the plant refers to its appearance similar to the tail of a small donkey.
- Sedum burrito plants prefer lots of bright light. They can tolerate some shade in the afternoon as long as they’re getting at least six hours of direct sunlight.Succulents such as sedum burrito don’t need a lot of water. Plant this species in well-draining soil. Water it using the soak-and-dry method.Plant this succulent in a loose potting soil that drains well. You can add sand or pebbles to the soil to ensure that it won’t hold too much water.15 - 30°CDuring the growing season, fertilize for about once in a month.
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