The Sedum 'Burrito' will add a touch of class to your home. Popular and Instagram worthy, this succulent is easy to grow and has a bold, blue-green tone. Overflowing with thick reams of rounded leaves the tails can reach up to 1 metre if positioned well, and looks great in a hanging basket.
- Greenhouse grown.
- Available in 4" and 5" Pots.
Recommended Care Instructions -
Temperature - Interestingly, donkey’s tail can stay healthier outdoors all-year-round in tropical climates. However, the areas that have freezing temperatures in winter require this plant to be indoors. During the winters, make sure to keep your plant where the temperature is between 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit. However, room temperature is fine for these succulents in summers.
Water - Unlike many types of succulents, burro’s tail needs a considerable amount of water to keep the leaves attractive and plump. Soak its soil thoroughly and do not water it again until the topsoil dries out completely, especially when kept indoors because it flourishes in the well-drained container.
Fertilizer - Fertilizer is not essential for your succulent, yet you may feed a diluted solution of fertilizer two times during its growing season. But do not feed your burro’s tail fertilizer more than once a month and avoid fertilizing it during winters.
Soil - Like every other succulent, burro’s tail requires good drainage to grow healthy. Moreover, the water should be drained fast to avoid over-absorption to roots. It is better to use a soil mix that does not settle in water for long; instead, it ensures good drainage while keeping your plant damage-free.
Light - Burro’s tail loves to bask in the partial sun or bright shade. This captivating succulent love bright light of four hours. Keep in mind that it the scorching sun will burn it; make sure to give it morning sunlight for better growth.