The Donkey Tail plant (Sedum Morganianum) is a type of Sedum belonging to the family Crassulaceae. This succulent plant hails from Mexico and is very easy to care for both indoors and out. … Like most spurges, this plant is rather toxic.
Besides, how do you care for a dragon tail succulent?
Position in medium to bright light and out of direct sunlight. It will tolerate growing in low light but growth will be slowed. If the light is not adequate the spacing between the leaves will become elongated and sometimes the stem grows completely leafless. Clear signs the plant needs to be moved to a brighter spot.
One may also ask, how often should you water a burro’s tail?
Overwatering your burro’s tail will cause the plant to rot. Outdoor plants only need water every 10 to 14 days, though, in its growing season, experts recommend watering the plant about every 10 days when temperatures are regularly above 40 degrees Fahrenheit.