Be prepared to loose leaves when you transplant it – this is not due to shock but because they fall off easily. The plant would appreciate having some new soil but you don’t want to loose too many leaves so tap the existing soil off gently. Hi Nell- Hi Romilla – No question is too silly – we all start somewhere after all! At first I thought it was underwatering, but the issue persisted, then I thought it might be overwatering, and the issue STILL persisted. We just get too much rain here. Some people confuse symptoms of overwatering with under watering. Also, Burro’s Tail doesn’t like extreme heat. You can go up to a 10″ pot or larger if you’d like. It will rot out if you do. Like any other succulent, this one needs good drainage. I would like to repot it but any little touch sends the buds falling – Don’t know whether to leave it alone or start again – I hate to destroy this plant, Hi Virginia – Burro’s Tail grows like crazy but it can be tricky to work with. Too much sunlight will cause the baby to shrivel up. Hi Carrie – If it’s sooty mold, it’s not particularly harmful to the plant – that’s why it’s still flowering. How to Propagate Sedum Morganianum. So yes, start spraying them now. First off. Hi Nell, Hello! When you plant your cuttings, you might need to pin them down in the pot because the weight of the stems will pull them out. I’ve grown mine indoors (live in a cold climate) and some of the tails are (were) 5 feet long until my husband accidentally knocked it over. Sedum Morganianum Propagation Sedum Morganianum, or Burro’s Tail Or burrito, or horses tail, or donkey tail, or anything really. Then, insert the leaves into the soil of your burro’s tail plant with half of the leaf sticking out of the soil. Hi Nell! Nell. Hi Nell , I am wanting to plant Burro’s tail in a collar container in a large pot which has a tall silk tree. Nell. You can spray it with a mixture of 1/5 rubbing alcohol to 4/5 water if hosing off isn’t doing the trick. Propagation of Burro’s Tail Burro’s Tail is a plant that is so simple to multiply with leaves or cuttings, and the success rates are so high. How to Propagate Sedum Morganianum. My goal for this coming season is to find more varieties of sedum than are available locally. I watered my Burros tail about 14days but the leaves continue to shrivel like dried raisins and eventually die. When it’s full grown it will look like the photo below. I live in Oregon so growing succulents outdoors, other than hens and chicks as far as I’ve found the plants don’t do well. If it’s 5-10′ away from the west window it would be fine. 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. By the way, I top dress all the containers in my garden with compost and worm castings every Spring. It is in a 6″ unglazed clay pot with drainage and sits in my window sill during the day in full morning sun. Hi Rachel – But if those stripped leaves fall on fertile soil they will also start new plants. My issue is I tried saving it from the store since its stretched itself. I really look forward to get it like yours they are beautiful! 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. You can increase it if needed as the weather warms. I bought a Burro’s Tail about a month ago and I’ve noticed that all its leaves are drying out. when I got it back, one of the stems had some yellow leaves which I assumed it was overwatered. The Sedums you’ll see are Burro’s Tail Sedum, Copper Stonecrop and Pork and Beans or Jelly Bean […], […] Burro’s Tail thrives indoors where temperatures remain around the 70s. I hope that helps, Nell, I enjoyed this post very much, I used to have one of these plants and now will have to find myself another one. Hi Kathy – Sounds like you have a pork n beans sedum or Sedum rubrotinctum. Sedums are also easy to grow from seed. Ive had one of these for about two years. In the process, many leaves fell, so I gave those leaves a new pot for it to root into new donkey tails. Fortunately, like most succulents, burro’s tail propagates easily. Nell. When in growth water moderately and apply a half strength liquid fertilizer every month. All I can say is be prepared to loose some leaves but the plant will grow just fine regardless. Here was my downfall: Over-misting. Is there any way I can send you a photo so you can see them and maybe give me a rough diagnosis? I started from several cuttings, I have 5 ,all growing well. You can also propagate it by individual leaf cuttings which you’ll see in the picture below. Some of the branches are about 24 to 30 inches long. Thanks for all the great tips! Hope that helps, Nell. 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 can’t figure it out. The stems are heavy with the weight of water-filled leaves, but I’ve seen them grow as long as two feet without trouble. Nell, Hi Nell! Do you have any suggestions? Love your blog, so informative. I’ll b doing an updated post & video on this within the next couple of months. Cut the stems down to 2-3″ on the mother plant. I now am sure it’s the same. Your succulent looks amazing! Nell. Hi Sam – No it’s not, the stems usually stay nice & plump. Hi! It blooms often and is in a secluded spot where it doesn’t get direct sun and since it is windy here in Fairfield California it is protected. Okay, so I’m rambling!! When you plant your cuttings, you might need to pin them down in the pot because the weight of the stems will pull them out. Your cost for the products will be no higher but Joy Us garden receives a small commission. I took lots of cuttings though! I am wanting to transplant it into a heavier hanging pot, but as you mentioned earlier….just touching the tails the leaves fall off. I have small grow light tubes for light in house Thank You Joanni, Hi Joanni – I’m not familiar with VV winter temps but I can tell you that my Burro’s Tails lived outdoors year round in Santa Barbara. Just know you’re not the only 1 that experiences this! The plant you’re commenting on is Hens & Chicks, a prolific grower. 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. Good luck with the move! The cuttings have turned into a plant & grow in full shade here but looks a bit “funky” in the summer heat. Darlene from Sacramento Ca. Burro’s Tails need a lot of light but no direct, hot sun for prolonged periods of time. After the leaf has calloused over, I move it to a little pot that has drainage and soil. Still 80s- low 90s. Simply collect any dropped leaves and set them aside for a few days to allow the skin to scab over. Family: Crassulaceae Subfamily: Sedoideae Tribe: Sedeae Subtribe: Sedinae Genus: Sedum. Hope that helps! If you want a real icebreaker at parties, then wear your Burro’s Tail as a necklace! They would love being outdoors in the summer (out of hot sun) if you’re able to do so. My Burro’s Tail is well established (around 5 years old) so I water it every 10-14 days but give it a thorough drink. Backyard would be great for bright shade but no protection from rain. We occasionally dip into the thirties but not for more than a couple of days. I inherited the mother plant from a friend who moved. I was hoping to propagate it but I don’t know if it’s okay to do with those spots. Hi Joni – Yes, you are correct correct to think that. Add sunlight was the first thing I did. I would have started sooner! They should be turning downward, especially at 12″. Nell. I got my Burro’s Tail about a month ago, and I’ve only watered it once and have kept it in indirect sunlight but the part of the stem once it comes out of the dirt is drying up, yet the rest of the plant looks completely fine and healthy. We will be leaving in about two weeks and I watered it 2 days ago. At this phase, you should let the soil dry out between waterings. Also called burro tail, the plant has stems that can reach over 3 feet long. They are pretty massive and I keep it trimmed by giving cuttings (or making new pots of donkey tail plants) to give away (it hangs about 4-5 feet long in a protected area under a east-facing eave. For a little while some of them had white spots on the leaves, but I cut off all stems that seemed affected and there are none left. Will more tails pop up around the edges or only if I propagate? Burro’s Tail Sedums are native to environments which are warm & dry. Shriveled leaves generally mean a plant is lacking water. I water every 3 days. Thanks for your comment! I live in the hi desert (Victor Valley ) of California and it is just now cooling down for fall…Should I keep my new friends indoors until spring or will they be okay outside under a covered porch/patio ? Singapore is very humid therefore the soil doesn’t dry out as fast. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Here are things to know about pruning & propagating a burro's tail succulent. Wait a while for the cutting to heal. I put it inside under a dome where’s good light all day, but the leaves started to dry out. Propagating the burro’s tail is a very facile exercise. Hope that helps. 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. If it’s close to or up against the glass, it may be too hot. Eventually (and this can take several months) more of a stem will grow up from the original leaf. And, you’re most welcome! Nell. Make sure you have the end which came off the plant touching or lightly pressed into the soil. Propagating a burro’s tail succulent is just like propagating most other similar succulents. Physical damage can do that too. ), I plan on cutting the branches off and transplanting as you suggested. Try to handle the root ball more than the plant if you can. Nell. . Hi Sarah – I now live in the Arizona desert & my Burro’s Tail looks much more “shriveled” in the summer heat than the other months due to the heat. The problem is, it’s elongated so the distance between the leaves are quite long. I’m so jealous of your succulent garden by the way! Change ). That being said, I have seen a few growing upwards so it may be a varietal or even a genus difference. The light sounds fine because they like it bright indoors whereas outdoors they prefer more shade. Hi Katie – Thanks so much for stopping by! In the cooler months indoor succulents need watering every 2-6 weeks, depending on the pot size & type & environment of your home. I have a new home in Tucson & now have the challenge of growing them in the desert. . It’s not dying..it looks healthy enough…it’s in a south facing window (maybe should move to east?) Scientific Classification. The water needs to drain out of it fast so it’s best to use a mix specially formulated for cactus and succulents. The leaves aren’t falling off or yellowing or anything, they’re fine in colour, but they’re soft and wrinkled. Our average summer temps are in the mid to high 70’s which is ideal for the Burro’s Tail. I’ve found that they’re 1 fleshy succulent which prefers a certain environment. If you can help me with any comment or advice, I would greatly appreciate it. Will the stems and leaves turn downward at some point?? In the top half, I can see the stem of the plant as there are gaps between the leaves. I prefer to keep the pot size in scale with the plant I’m transplanting. Burro’s Tail Propagation Propagating, rooting and starting the burro’s tail and sedum plants, in general, could not be easier. I found your wonderful site today while searching for info on propagating my string of pearls. . Your video was amazing. Mine bloomed for the first time ever this year although there were only 3 clusters on that big ole plant. Article from greengrowblog.wordpress.com. Neem Oil, which works on a wide range of insects, is an organic method of control that is simple and very effective. This succulent will give you wonderful pink blooms in the spring. Burro’s Tail Propagation Propagating, rooting and starting the burro’s tail and sedum plants, in general, could not be easier. I know string of pearls are and have removed them for safety reasons although I love the plant, so need a replacement. Burro’s tail can be propagated from cuttings, as well as the leaves. You can spray it with a mixture of 1/5 rubbing alcohol to 4/5 water if hosing off isn’t doing the trick. Nell, Enjoyed the post, the pictures are something for me to dream about. Thanking you in advance for you advice/assistance. My secret planting weapon is worm castings. Cut the stems off, let them heal over for a few days & plant in the new pot. If you have a better suggestion, I would love to hear it. July 2019. Nell. Fortunately, like most succulents, burro’s tail propagates easily. Hi Richard – Thank you. To learn more about Sedum morganianum, read this article… (Check out my full post on propagating succulents from leaves and cuttings.) © 2020 Joy Us Garden | Care, Propagation, and Pruning About | Contact | PRIVACY POLICYDesign By Viva la Violet, Mother Nature Inspired Christmas Ornaments, Like any other succulent, this one needs good drainage. There’s no real trick to doing it but just be as gentle as you can when handling the plant. Get rid of the insects & the mold will go also. Oh, I love to create so you’ll find a bit of that in the mix along with lots of videos too. Cactus Garden .. Nell. While the stems are healing off, you want to keep them in bright light but not in direct sunlight. They live outdoors year round. Water well and leave in … Sedum morganianum likes bright shade or partial sun. If I tried to pick up one of those “tails” on my Donkey’s (Burro in Spanish) Tail that I’ve had for 10+ years I am afraid more than half of the “leaves” would fall off. The Donkey’s Tail, also Burro’s Tail or Sedum morganianum (botanical name), is an ideal addition for its iconic leaves. The plant can be propagated from stem or leaf cuttings. Sorry for the novel, but I’m desperate for this to grow properly!! Burro’s Tail really isn’t susceptible to a wide range of insects. Sedum morganianum is a beautiful succulent with many, first erect, then pendant stems covered with fleshy, glaucous blue-green leaves. This plant comes under the category of succulent plants such as Manfreda, Jovibarba, and Duvalia. Propagating some burro's tail and I've heard many different wait times for the callousing of the leaves or cuttings... Also, I've been laying them flat, opposed to digging them into the soil, is that best? The soil needs to have excellent drainage. Thanks to stumbling onto your site I now have the knowledge I need to make this plant explode. Have a great day! Hi Nell, Thank you SO much for sharing your wisdom and pic’s of your succulents! Be sure to rotate the plant so it gets light evenly. There’s a bunch of healthy looking new growth starting all over the pot, but the established plant isn’t doing well at all! Sedum morganianum Burros tail rooted succulent plant | Live succulent leaf cutting | Rare baby propagation plant | UK grown You will receive one of the chosen rooted plants or 15 rooted leaves. The plant’s been in the same location in my apartment the entire time at a sunny windowsill that gets a few hours of morning sun. And, use succulent & cactus mix if it’s available in your area. How big a pot should it be in? In terms of care, a Burro’s Tail couldn’t be easier. Live in New Orleans northshore area & have at edge of covered porch in morning & noon sun. Oh yes, Burro’s Tail easily propagates from the leaves. Hi Happy Spring to you, Nell. Nell. Give them nice, bright light but no direct sunlight. The water needs to drain out of it fast so it’s best to use a mix specially formulated for cactus and succulents. Happy succulent-ing!!! There are so many different sedums on the market these days – you’ll have fun with them. Thanks so much for your advice and for sharing your love of plants. What am I doing wrong? Burro’s Tail or Sedum Morganianum is a succulent with fragile thick leaves. I have mine near a window, but not in a lot of direct sunlight. Yes, any plant will elongate in low & get “sparser” in lower than ideal light conditions. I was told to set the pot in a pan of water and let the plant soak up water from the bottom. Gather the leaves and insert them partway into a moist soilless medium. I am desperate to rescue our beloved burro’s tail plant. When I was doing this, one of the leaves was red inside. If you watch the video at the end you’ll see the stems that are getting too much sun are a pale green. I water my Burro’s Tail here in Tucson every 5 days in the hot weather. I intend to transplant them as you’ve shown in your “healing off” picture when we reach our destination. It takes a little while for those new plants to form so be patient. I take cuttings of mine 3-4 times a year because it grows so thickly. Or, if you had a greenhouse, that would definitely help! Plant type: Succulent evergreen perennial I enjoyed reading the above information and loved the photos. I’m babysitting it for my son in law who was given it by his deceased grandmother. I’m tickled pink to have you here! Hope that helps! Enjoy the flowering! The trails on mine are very long – yours should explode too. Let them heel over, or air dry, for at least 2 weeks before planting. Hope that helps, Nell. The plant can be propagated from stem or leaf cuttings. Baby plants are emerging where the leaf meets the stem. I tip prune to force some new growth at the top. Put it in a spot with nice, bright light but out of any windows with strong, hot sun. The coldest it can take is to around 25 F. Nell, I have a donkey tail that is about 15 years old in a large pot that is about 5 inches deep. Mine gets morning sun which it prefers. Apr 2, 2019 - Burro's Tail Sedums are unique hanging succulents which propagate easily. I live in Hawaii. Hang the planter near a window (but away […], Your email address will not be published. Burro’s tail, or sedum morganianum, is one of the most adorable potted succulents to take on the houseplant world. And as you would assume, this foliage grows in a bottlebrush style, similar to that of a … 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. Then, you could place the wrapped succulent in a garbage bag, sheet or box & transport it that way. Some other closely related Sedum varieties may also be known by any of these names. Propagating from leaves is the easiest. Hello Nell, Or, you can add. You want to use succulent & cacti mix because they need to have excellent drainage. What mix should I use and should I fill the new pot half way and try to extracate the burro with as much of the existing soil as possible or shake it off? Belonging to the family Crassulaceae, this individual sports fleshy, modified leaves. Garden Types. Bought 6″ plastic hanging pot of burro about 10 days ago &, of course, now obsessed . Hi Nell Other than the shape of the leaves, the two plants are virtually indistinguishable from one another. Thank you! They are still green but are starting to look like raisins. Thank you Having read your blog I see where I may have been going wrong but would still like some advise about transplanting. It hasn’t improved. The origin of this popular succulent is quite a mystery. I am very excited about my new plant addition to my home! My Burro’s Tail Sedums are looking great this year too. I don’t want it to die because its like my pet now lol do you have any advice? I was wondering about burro’s tail blooming. In fact, I considered it being a different plant. One of the easier methods involves simply taking … I think your Burro’s Tail been staying too wet. Hello, You can also propagate it with the individual leaves. Cultivation Grow under glass in a mixture of 3 parts loam-based compost to 1 part leaf mould and 2 parts grit in full light and with good ventilation. Now that I have your direction, I’m not so afraid to snip my plants. Voila..propagation! Do you agree one should not re-pot a burro’s tail? I’m not very good with pants, but I’m trying to exercise what little green-thumb I may have. ( Log Out /  The best way to propagate burro’s tail is through leaf propagation. Propagating from leaves is the easiest. I have been growing Burro’s Tails for years with some success, and some failures! Sometimes people confuse being too wet with being too dry. Propagating burro’s tail. Just a head’s up because the leaves break and fall off this plant very easily. I was told when I bought it to never water them from above. Sounds like it might have gotten too wet at some point. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not always that easy….but Burro’s Tail is definitely one of the easiest to propagate. Leave it for two weeks to get the stripped part callus over. and I water it occasionally. Thx much! I’ve thought of placing it in a loosely gathered plastic trash bag to catch all the little leaves I’m going to lose. Nell. 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. I promise not to gloat! Hi Janelle – You’re welcome! they simply are not growing anything that looks like roots… and getting any moisture they are living on from the humidity from the soil. I’ve followed your instruction on water, sunlight…etc… i live in central Germany and it is rainy and humid. This succulent tender perennial does best in bright light and can be moved outdoors during the growing season. Carefully clip … I bought a new hanging basket with succulent soil mix and I’m trying to figure out the best way to bring this lovely plant back to life. It involves stripping off a plumpy leaf and pinning down it … I have just recently purchased a burro’s tail in a 4″ nursery pot. If you want a real icebreaker at parties, then wear your Burro’s Tail as a necklace! They are all upright 7-12 inches long with leaves upto 2 inches long. #sacredelements #houseplants #succulentcare. I’m not sure what zone you are but I can tell you this: it’s hardy in zones 9 & 10. I started putting it by a skylight window where it gets lots of sun all day. I live 70 miles north of Santa Barbara and have had both of my donkey tails for 31 years. Nell. Hi nell! they haven’t grown any either. You’ll probably need to spray your plant (with a non-toxic option) because mealy bugs love to hide out in the nodes of plants, under the leaves & can spread fast. Hope that helps, Nell, Hi Nell. How to grow. Nell. Hi! Or do the leaves fall off and produce new plants in the planter? Nell. Am I correct in thinking that you can put the stems directly into soil to propagate and don’t need to root in water first? Hi. When I purchased a donkey tail succulent, I repotted it. Baby Burro's Tail, Baby Donkey's Tail. How do you get multiple strings out of a planter naturally without growing new cuttings? 3 weeks ago. Just know that Burro’s Tail leaves fall off very easily & I loose quite a few of them when I transplant. It’s very important to not overwater this plant. When propagating, after cutting the stems to the required length and peeling the bottom 1/3 of the leaves off where do you leave the stems to heal before planting and how do you care for them in this state. the stems can’t be restored. I have them sitting on top of a pot of regular potting soil. It used to look short, dense, and fat but now it’s longer and plump(getting there) but spotty. TOXICITY - Generally not toxic to pets. You might want to feed it once (& only once!) A few reasons for the white spots: mealybugs, sunburn, fertilizer burn or physical damage. Yours look absolutely gorgeous! Both prefer high amounts of sunlight and minimal watering. I finally repotted it and moved it upstairs and now that it’s getting some sun and water, it’s plump again! Burro’s Tail Leaves fall off so easily & I usually loose quite a few when transplanting. how do I get rid of the mold? Be sure to check back because we post on a regular basis. I had it outside in a very shaded area, but moved it to a more sunny area after noticing that it is not doing well. Like Donkey's Tail, Burro's Tail originates in Southern Mexico, but wasn't discovered by botanists until the mid-1970s. , Hi Andy – Thumbs which are brown can slowly turn green. Nell. I just want it to look more like the leaves closer to the base of the plant where the leaves are tightly packed in with no gaps in between. Hi Joelle – A lot depends on the temps & size pot it’s in. in spring with worm castings or a balanced liquid houseplant fertilizer. Will there be roots that I should be careful with? Hi Nell,, I just found your site. In the video below I am in my front yard showing you my Burro’s Tail Plant: This post may contain affiliate links. The Sedum Burrito trails too & the leaves are a bit smaller so I don’t think it’s that. Nell. I discovered this technique by accident with my Burro’s Tail. Sounds like the light might be the issue. My question: It has started developing black mold (sooty mold maybe from what I read). I water mine based on the feel of the soil, not a specific time frame. Any idea what this is or how to fix it? 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! I remove the pots, but either way, it should be fine. Winter lows were generally around 40 degrees but it could dip into the high 30’s. Hi Kelsey – I always water my succulents in pots from above. Silly question. The first step is to leave these babies to callous over where they were cut or fell from the parent plant. Sorry if this sounds daft but I’m a real newby at this. Yes, over or under watering could definitely be causing it. You can propagate new plants from each leaf. Hope that helps! Today, pulled up & transplanted 2 stems with roots so now have room to check dampness to mid-depth of pot. 2) the wind – the leaves fall off these plants rather easily so a strong wind can do it. If not, should I just let them sit out on a counter to “air dry” for a week or two before potting? Maybe every 4 weeks. Thanks in advance for your information. I’ve always taken Burro’s Tails out of their pots when transplanting. Thanks for your help. Donkey's Tail Sedum | Click here to purchase To propagate donkey’s tail, you will need to cut the stems and strip off its leaves from the bottom. A spray with diluted mild dish soap usually does the trick. Thanks so much in advance for your thoughts!! Thank you for your help again! This plant grows stems in the form of long trails that overflow out of a … Comment document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a04a77cbc812b5abc58aaa186c64b982" );document.getElementById("i6dd623eab").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Hi, I’m Nell, and this is where I celebrate all things garden and share my passion for plants, flowers and the great outdoors. Propagating succulents from leaves and put on another porch, out of the leaves shrivel and...., baby donkey 's Tail, a summer Centerpiece with Silk flowers you can also propagate it my... Stress during those brief chilly spells or baby ’ s Tail here in &. A strong wind can do it about 10 days ago snow but works. 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