5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Burrito Donkey's Tail Overview
Sedum burrito is an attractive patio and pot specimen. It looks especially spectacular in a hanging basket, as it has long trailing rope-like stems covered in rounded green-grey leaves. Often grown indoors as a succulent houseplant. It produces lovely terminal clusters of star-shaped flowers during spring and summer. Very easy to care for, it requires little water in summertime and even less in winter. Be careful not to touch the leaves too much, as it can be sensitive and leaf drop could occur. Succulent species such as this plant propagate very easily from fallen leaves.
How to propagate Burrito Donkey's Tail
Cut stems of the desired length. Remove the bottom third of leaves. Allow to dry for about two weeks. Plant in well-draining soil.
Special features of Burrito Donkey's Tail
Place in area with high sunlight
Excellent in hanging baskets