The Donkey tail succulent has green to gray-green or even blue-green thick stems plaited with fleshy spindle-shaped leaves and may have a slightly chalky look. The spindle-shaped leaves are arranged so compactly on the trailing stems. It makes an attractive, succulent plant for hanging baskets. The long trails also produce pink flowers.
Propagation – Sedum morganianum is propagated by leave cuttings. The healthy leaves are extracted from the plant and are left for two days to form callus. After that, the individual leaves are placed into a succulent or cacti mix and covered until they sprout. These cuttings take 2-3 weeks to grow into new succulent.
Light: These succulents require Full sun to grow thus making it perfect for a sunny window.
Water: The succulents require very less water to grow. Water the plants during the summer and spring, making sure drainage is immaculate. Reduce water in the winter to monthly.
Temperature: Prefers average summer temps (65ºF – 70ºF). In winter, can survive at 40ºF, but prefers it slightly warmer.
Soil: A well-drained succulent mix.