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Sedum Morganianum Burrito - Long Tail

Sedum Morganianum Burrito - Long Tail

Regular price $8.00 CAD
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Sedum Morganianum 'Burrito', commonly known as Burro's Tail or Long Tail, is a popular trailing succulent native to Mexico. It features long, trailing stems densely packed with fleshy, blue-green, tear-drop-shaped leaves that resemble a donkey's tail. This plant is ideal for hanging baskets or containers where its stems can cascade down. It thrives in bright, indirect light and well-draining soil. Sedum Morganianum 'Burrito' is drought-tolerant, requiring minimal water once established. In summer, it may produce small, star-shaped pink or red flowers at the ends of its stems.

LIGHT | Full to partial sun
COLD TOLERANCE | -1 ºC
WATER | Water generously when soil is dry.
SOIL PH | Mildly to alkaline
SOIL TYPE | Potting mix
FERTILIZER | Fish emulsion, kelp solution, worm casting, shrimp compost.
PROPAGATION METHODS | Leaf or stem cuttings
HUMIDITY LEVEL | Low
ACTIVE SEASON | Sept - April

NOTE

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS
To propagate Sedum Morganianum 'Burrito' by cuttings, begin by gently removing a few leaves from the end of each stem. Allow the cuttings to dry and callous over for a few days to prevent rot. Once dried, insert the cuttings into well-draining soil, burying them about 0.5 to 1 inch deep. Water the cuttings lightly after planting, then wait until the soil is dry before watering again. Place the cuttings in a location with bright, indirect light. Roots should develop within a few weeks. Once established, continue with regular care. This method ensures a high success rate for propagating Sedum Morganianum 'Burrito'.

Growing Tips

Rooting Tips

• Use calcined clay gravel, or horticultural sand to root cuttings.
• Root cuttings in bright shade.

Buying Tips

• Avoid shipping delays by not purchasing plants during the Christmas and Holiday season.

• To avoid cold damage and shipping delays, refrain from purchasing plants during the winter months.

• Save on winter shipping costs by buying plants during the summer.

• Get the best quality plants by buying during summer.

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