4" Donkey's Tail (Sedum Morganianum-Burro's tail)

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Indoor/Outdoor Usage:
Outdoor, Indoor
Donkey's tail:
Expected Blooming Period:
Winter, Summer, Spring
Sunlight Exposure:
Partial Shade
Unit Count
1.0 Count
  • Donkey's tail - Sedum morganianum Burro's tail, because its stems and leaves really look like donkey's tail, also called Donkey's tail. Donkey's tail is a beautiful, popular, and easy-to-grow succulent with rows of fleshy, tear-drop shaped, blue-green leaves. The stems can grow up to 3.3 feet long
  • Strong Root System - Growing in our California farm, every succulent is carefully nurtured by gardener expert. Each succulent is fully rooted in 4 inch starter planter with succulent & cacti soil mix. They are larger, better established and much more resilient than less-established succulents. The plant container and soil are included
  • Easy to Care - As one of the most popular trailing succulents, Sedum burro's tail can be planted indoor or outdoor. It prefers bright and enough sunlight and protection from frost. It does not bloom dependably. In spring, purplish-pink to red-purple flowers may appear in pendant clusters at the ends of the stems, which is very attractive and beautiful
  • Ideal Decor & Gift - With unique donkey's tail shape foliages, Sedum morganianum Burro's tail is a great choice as decorative houseplant by a south-facing window. From kids to adults, from boy to girl, from women to old lady, everyone like it. Choosing Sedum morganianum Burro's tail succulent plant bonsai as a unique sincere gift for Valentine's Day or Mother's Day to you family, friends, colleagues, etc
  • Important Notes: Succulents may vary from pictures shown as they are living plants and grow differently throughout the year. Once you receive the package, please take it inside the house soon. Succulents' leaves are very fragile and may fall off during shipping. If your plant is missing some leaves upon arrival, just know they will grow back over time