Hi, Guys . Actually it’s not mine and that is why I am losing sleep over caring for it. Nell. In some areas, they even grow in rocks. Wondering if my plant, I will call pork n’bean will survive over our winter here in Olympia, Wa. My question: It has started developing black mold (sooty mold maybe from what I read). The Donkey's tail is a succulent plant species that stores water for long periods of time as a fail safe when in its natural habitat water becomes scarce. Hello, It’s best to let the stems heel over for a week or 2 (keep the cuttings out of sunlight) & then plant directly in soil. In other words, don’t splash and go every other day. Mine grows outdoors but I’ll also tell you what it needs if you want to grow it in your house at the end of this list. Hi Ann – Glad you found us! best. Thanks for the comment! When I was doing this, one of the leaves was red inside. Just make sure the black isn’t caused by overwatering. Should I water this, or just leave it? They would love being outdoors in the summer (out of hot sun) if you’re able to do so. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten zum Thema Burros Tail in höchster Qualität. W/ 5 more surrounding itself all about 4 in. Donkey's Tail Sedum can be happy growing in the morning sunlight and sandy soil. Die Betreiber dieses Portals haben uns der Mission angenommen, Produkte verschiedenster Art ausführlichst auf Herz und Nieren zu überprüfen, dass Sie als Interessierter Leser ohne Probleme den Sedum burros tail auswählen können, den Sie als Leser kaufen möchten. There are so many different sedums on the market these days – you’ll have fun with them. I do hope this is where I sign up for your newsletter/blog/or whatever you call it. I can tell you that they VERY rarely bloom indoors so you probably won’t see any unless you move to a climate where they can grow outdoors year round. My Burro’s Tail in bright shade with just an hour of sun looks better than the one getting more sun. This plant is not for a flimsy pot with a flimsy hanger. I live in Saskatchewan and they were inside all the time for the first year, I put them out doors this summer and still nothing changed. It will get plenty of light. Happy succulent-ing!!! You’ve got an overwatered Ponytail Palm. Hi Nell- It’s best grown in a hanging basket, in a large pot like mine, in a pot that hangs against a wall or trailing out of a rock garden. It is currently in a six inch clay pot and the spindly trails are about six inches long and have not grown in the year that I have had it. Let it dry out (you may need to repot it), then water every 10-14 days at the most. I've tried watering more and watering less at separate periods with no results. This plant should ideally be a lovely blue-green. Since then the leaves started falling out and it’s drying up by the bottom of the stems, it’s not the same plant I bought it got a few tails left. I put it inside under a dome where’s good light all day, but the leaves started to dry out. You may have to do the same in the spring & give it fresh succulent & cactus mix. In the cooler months indoor succulents need watering every 2-6 weeks, depending on the pot size & type & environment of your home. I am about to re-landscape a small courtyard off the entry of our home and would love to fill in some areas like this. The tops still look okay and like they a still growing but I’m afraid they will fall off too. But now the leaves are all starting to shrivel. Burro’s Tail Sedum is native to Mexico & Honduras so it does bet in a dry climate (like Santa Barbara, CA where I am). Some of the shoots shriveled up like this, but … Burro’s Tails need a lot of light but no direct, hot sun for prolonged periods of time. 00. Sedum Morganianum / Burro's Tail. I’m tickled pink to have you here! Native to Southern Mexico and Honduras, Sedum Morganianum (known by several common names such as Donkey’s Tail, Burro’s Tail, Lamb’s Tail and Horses’ Tail) have adorable, plump little leaves that are lime-green to blue-green in color. Hi Susan – I visited Singapore many years ago & loved it – the orchids that grow there are so beautiful! ), I plan on cutting the branches off and transplanting as you suggested. You may also notice a chalky white, waxy appearance on the beaded leaves of your donkey's tail succulent. I have just recently purchased a burro’s tail in a 4″ nursery pot. I’m babysitting it for my son in law who was given it by his deceased grandmother. Bought another pot but it lasted only a couple of months!!! The Donkey's tail is a succulent plant species that stores water for long periods of time as a fail safe when in its natural habitat water becomes scarce. Large donkey's tail plants can also be divided and repotted if they are outgrowing their current pot. Give it lots of bright light, fertilize it only once a year & keep it on the dry side – your Burro’s Tail should do just fine! Hello! I have a burro’s tail that i got from a friend.. some cuttings.. a full year and a half later and they still have not rooted in the succulent soil I bought. View on Amazon » Description. Egal wieviel du im Themenfeld Sedum burros tail erfahren möchtest, siehst du bei uns - als auch die ausführlichsten Sedum burros tail Erfahrungen. They will appear, maybe just slower than you wish! The bare stems will never fill in, but if you pinch a bit on a few stems, new growth will appear at the top. Um Ihnen zuhause bei der Produktwahl etwas zu helfen, hat unsere Redaktion schließlich den Sieger gewählt, welcher ohne Zweifel unter all den verglichenen Sedum burros tail extrem auffällt - vor allem im Testkriterium Verhältnismäßigkeit von Preis-Leistung. I have a new home in Tucson & now have the challenge of growing them in the desert. The soil needs to have excellent drainage. If left on its own, the plant will continue to rot and you will be left with a plant that has dissolved and turned into a mushy mess. They’re also indegenous to that region. Yes, it’s being watering way too much. Good news is, they propagate so easily from stem or even leaf cuttings. Nell. As for humans, I’m not 100% sure but I think I remember reading somewhere that it’s safe. Summer right now is hot/humid. I buy mine at California Cactus Center near Pasadena in case you live in that area. Hawaii is lovely but because it’s humid, you need to water even less. I water my Burro’s Tail here in Tucson every 5 days in the hot weather. Thanks for your comment! Thanks so much in advance for your thoughts!! Some other closely related Sedum varieties may also be known by any of these names. The nursery probably told you that because many Burro’s Tail grows very densely & if you water the foliage repeatedly, they could rot out. Here are the most common reasons (including 1 you mentioned) that leaves fall off of a Burro’s Tail Sedum: 1) mechanical damage – a person or animal has brushed them. It had a lot of white spots that were spreading, some of them were bumpy. See about my blog: How to care for Sedum Donkey's Tail. Hello, I just bought a burro’s tail plant and the guy at the store said I should not repot, but instead bury the existing plastic pot in the new pot and cover with soil. I just moved to a new home & brought quite a few succulent cuttings with me so I’ll be doing a video of that little planting project soon. They are brown and dry I am afraid we gave it too much sun this summer when we took it outside. I’ve thought of placing it in a loosely gathered plastic trash bag to catch all the little leaves I’m going to lose. I moved to AZ from CA about a week ago & took lots of Burro’s Tail cuttings so mine are healing off as we “speak”. I water every 3 days. As the braids are not very long (most are missing a couple inches of leaves at the base, although some are very tight and in great shape — even flowering! The longest braid is maybe 6-7 in. Surprised still VERY wet from water 2 days ago. Is there any way I can send you a photo so you can see them and maybe give me a rough diagnosis? To repot a succulent: Make sure the soil is dry before starting the process. My goal for this coming season is to find more varieties of sedum than are available locally. I'm a new succulent mom, this burro's tail was my first plant. My biggest concern is GETTING it there! Nell. Great for gifts. Or, you can add horticultural grade sand and perlite (or fine lava rock, gravel or pumice) to lighten up whatever potting soil you have. Just don’t let it touch hot or cold glass. Sedum Burrito, also known as Burro's Tail or Donkey's Tail Succulent, is native to Mexico. Help. I'm a new succulent mom, this burro's tail was my first plant. You could even cut off the trails now & lay them on top of the plant just for the transport. While fertilizing donkey's tail succulent isn't totally necessary to its successful growth, it also won't hurt and can be a great way to give the plant added nutrients. The current pot is tiny but works for now, but I’d like to re-pot before it gets too big. It stores water in the leaves, stems & roots so you should only water it when dry. In fact, I considered it being a different plant. For Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. I just got him maybe 1.5 months ago. Good luck with the move! Hi Herb – When a leaf falls off or you propagate it, a new little plantlet will start to form close to the root end. Give it bright light but no direct afternoon sun. Help. They both used to be my healthiest looking succulents. Thank you. Egal wieviel du im Themenfeld Sedum burros tail erfahren möchtest, siehst du bei uns - als auch die ausführlichsten Sedum burros tail Erfahrungen. Our average summer temps are in the mid to high 70’s which is ideal for the Burro’s Tail. Focus on feeding your plant at the beginning of its grow season in spring, using a controlled release, balanced 20-20-20 fertilizer, which contains equal parts nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Mom just passed away a month ago and this plant is now flowering for the very first time! Last time I watered this was a month ago when I had it repotted to another pot. Our average summer temps are in the mid to high 70’s which is ideal for the Burro’s Tail. 3 Pack of Burro's Tail Succulents Plants, Sedum Morganianum Donkey's Tail Fully Rooted in 2 inch Nursery Pots Live Potted Succulents Indoor Outdoor Cactus Decor, Hanging Succulents. Hi Carrie – If it’s sooty mold, it’s not particularly harmful to the plant – that’s why it’s still flowering. You can get your own burros tail here. I tip prune to force some new growth at the top. If you decided to leave it in the pot, I’d cut the bottom off so the roots can grow out. Some of the first signs you will notice if your plant is getting too much water will be yellow leaves or soft leaves close to the base of your Ponytail palm. I was told to set the pot in a pan of water and let the plant soak up water from the bottom. Any advice you can give would be much appreciated. Liz, Hi Liz – First of all, a big thank you! This might be every 14 days in summer, depending on the temps & size of the pot. It’s grows slowly at 1st, but then picks up the growth rate over time. All 3 of mine have a lot of trails on them. The Burro’s Tail Plant (Sedum morganianum) is a small succulent known by several other names besides “Burro’s tail.”Donkey tail plant; Lamb’s tail plant; Monkey tail plant; Horse’s tail plant; I’ve always called it Burro’s tail. Shelli, Hi Shelli – Mine grow outdoors here in Santa Barbara (coastal Southern California is an ideal climate for them) & 1 bloomed for the 1st time last year. Nell. You can put them in as high light as possible but just keep them out of hot sun. Cut the stems down to 2-3″ on the mother plant. Even when I’m cutting the tails to give them away or propagate them, some of the leaves fall off. I do have a question. In order for your donkey's tail succulent to grow successfully, it should be housed in well-draining, sandy soil. Burro’s Tail leaves can be quite prone to dropping. The soil should be allowed to nearly dry out between waterings. Hi Barry – There’s probably no need to repot it yet as succulents are fine being tight in their pots. Selbstverständlich ist jeder Sedum burros tail 24 Stunden am Tag im Internet erhältlich und kann somit sofort bestellt werden. Oh, I love to create so you’ll find a bit of that in the mix along with lots of videos too. Hi I am very excited about my new plant addition to my home! Burro’s Tail leaves can be quite prone to dropping. I have attached some photos below. 4.6 out of 5 stars 268. Nell. I really look forward to get it like yours they are beautiful! Nell. Other succulents are much more flexible. The water needs to drain out of it fast so it’s best to use a mix specially formulated for cactus and succulents. My Burro’s Tail Sedums are looking great this year too. If you're including it as part of a larger garden, be sure to choose a spot amongst other plants that prefer well-drained soil, as too much retained water will cause it to die (you can even consider mixing sand into your ground soil to aid in drainage). Was es beim Kaufen Ihres Sedum burros tail zu beurteilen gilt! Nell, […] sure to check out my posts on propagating Burro’s Tail Sedum, String Of Pearls and […], […] going to list out the steps I take when propagating succulents. Anyway…i followed your instructions for propagating, they did well, but as soon as I’ve planted them, nothings happened and it looks as if they’re dying. I was wondering if you could help me with my Burro’s tail that I just bought. Donkey's tail prefers warm weather, though it stands up better to cooler temperatures than some other succulents. Hi Nell, I have a sad (acquired one without knowing what it was called or how to care for it) Burros tail. Your Burro’s Tail would love a bit of that too. Nell. Yes, succulents do become an obsession but on the grand scale of things, they’re a healthy obsession. Will the stems and leaves turn downward at some point?? Hope that helps! Think now might be sunburn as see the same on one of your plants. If you want to know more on this subject, I’ve done an entire, It is commonly sold as an indoor hanging plant. I can’t figure it out. Very easy to care for species that looks great placed in a hanging basket because of its trailing growing nature. Hi Jennifer – I take Burro’s Tail cuttings which are at least 4-5″ long. As the plant grows & gets fuller, you can get an occasional stem doing that. Also, it’s best to not keep them anyplace hot. Hello Nell, Can the stems be restored or would I be best off taking some of the leaves and putting them into my new pot and starting over. One would not think to use these 3 plants in a container together but it works for me and that’s another story. Some of the branches are about 24 to 30 inches long. Hope that helps, Nell. Although this plant would prefer to be kept in lightly moist soil, it will not tolerate too much water, so if you are unsure about how often to water the plant, err on the side of caution. Hi Rachel – In the video below I am in my front yard showing you my Burro’s Tail Plant: This post may contain affiliate links. This planting, both Ponytail Palm […], […] the colorful Paddle Plant, to the adorable Burro’s Tail, desert plants of all shapes and sizes can be found everywhere these days. You can see them here: https://www.joyusgarden.com/how-to-transplant-a-large-ponytail-palm/ Burro’s Tail doesn’t like full sun. Here are 2 reasons why I think the guy in the store told you this: 1) the plant is small & the roots have not fully formed &/or 2) the leaves of this plant fall off so easily that if you’re not careful, that small plant will be almost stripped of foliage. Thank you Move the plants back indoors in the fall when nighttime temperatures are predicted to go below 40ºF. Those spots could be one of 2 things: sunburn or too much water. It’s very informative,, I really like that I can ask a question concerning my donkey tail. All those little leaves store water so go easy with the water, maybe every 2-3 weeks depending on the conditions it’s in. This sedum is one handsome succulent. I have a donkey’s tail(but it doesn’t have the pointy ends) and it almost died because I didn’t water it enough and I kept it in the basement(Oops). The only concern might be the plenty of light – if it’s strong, hot afternoon sun, they could very well burn. Ive also heard of just misting succulents to avoid over watering. The soil seems to be good draining soil, the top has rocks/shards on it so it makes it difficult to stick my finger in and check the soil. Hi Tatiana – You are certainly welcome, I’m happy to share what I’ve learned. The leaves are tightly compacted around the stem. Great for gifts. 5.0 out of 5 stars 1. Thanking you in advance for you advice/assistance. Thank you for whatever help you can give me! I just purchased a small burros tail plant and I have a history of under watering and over watering my succulents. Too little water is preferable than too much water for this plant. It’s December and colder in GA now. The trails on mine are very long – yours should explode too. report. These plants are best known for their unique foliage and trailing stems that can grow up to about 3 ft (91 cm) … And I just noticed these under branches are shriveled up and the leaves are really soft. (I can't figure out how to move that top ones!) The plant could have been over watered (or under watered) at 1 time. I bought another potted pot and put on another porch, out of sunshine, but near the screened window. Ship bare root. Hi Sam – No it’s not, the stems usually stay nice & plump. The rainwater mine gets in the winter helps with that. Required fields are marked *. Nell. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience of gardening. Burro’s Tail Sedum is native to Mexico & Honduras so it does bet in a dry climate (like Santa Barbara, CA where I am). Nell. Burro’s Tail Information. Nell. 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