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Sedum 'Donkey Tail', also known as Sedum 'Burrito', is a succulent plant of the genus Sedum in the family Crassulaceae, originally from Mexico. Donkey Tail generally grows prostrate, so it is often planted as a hanging basket plant. Its morphological characteristics leaves are not curved, rounded leaf ends, length of about 0.6 inches, a bit like a grain of rice. A grain of surface amplitude basically no zigzag, leaf surface has a thin layer of white powder.
When watering, try not to water its leaves; instead, water on the soil directly. The leaves will not open in the shape of flowers, do not go to pick and pull the leaves. It's very easy to fall off. The leaves will grow into a long one, the leaves wrapped around the branches showing a kind of spiral growth.
Light: Donkey Tail likes light very much, except for the strong light in summer, you can let it enjoy the light, whether it is a full day exposure or half day exposure, it can grow well. If there is enough light to supply, its leaves will grow more dense and look more beautiful, on the contrary, if the light is not enough, it will make it easy to excessive growth of branches, this way the appearance does not look good.
Water: During the dormant period and winter days when the temperature is low, watering should be reduced, on the contrary, watering should be slightly increased in summer to cool them down and avoid watering in the strong light of noon. Watering should also be poured on the soil, try not to water its leaves, because the leaves have a thin white powder. The demand for water is not high. Usually you can wait until the soil starts to dry before watering some water, when watering should avoid the leaves, so that the leaves do not rot due to waterlogging for too long, pay attention to the bottom of the pot not to accumulate water.
Soil: A well-drained soil. If the soil is not well drained, the roots will not breathe well and will rot. Therefore, when choosing soil, you can use some peat soil and granular soil in the same amount of proportion to meet its soil requirements.
Potting: It is recommended to use ceramic pots, ceramic pots have a certain degree of permeability, clay pots lose water too fast, plastic pots retain water too strong, and poor permeability. Also they do best in hanging baskets.
Temperature: The optimum growth temperature is between 50-89°F (10-32℃), when the temperature is lower than 39°F (4℃) or higher than 91°F (33℃), they will enter dormancy and stop growing. if the temperature is as low as near 32°F (0℃), they will frostbite or freeze to death. So in winter, when the low temperature is below 41°F (5℃), it can be moved indoors to a sunny place to avoid the cold, and in summer, attention should be paid to air circulation.
Humidity: Donkey Tail grows well in average household humidity levels when grown indoors. Does not like too much humidity. Normal household humidity is good for this plant.
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