I am very excited about my new plant addition to my home! What am I missing? Introducing "One Thing": A New Video Series, The Spruce Gardening & Plant Care Review Board, The Spruce Renovations and Repair Review Board. I am desperate to rescue our beloved burro’s tail plant. I’ve watered it twice in 3+ months. Am I not watering it enough? Live in New Orleans northshore area & have at edge of covered porch in morning & noon sun. (I can't figure out how to move that top ones!) Im Sedum burros tail Test sollte der Vergleichssieger bei allen Punkten abräumen. Happy succulent-ing!!! I’m so jealous of your succulent garden by the way! If I put it in a wider pot, will it spread? share. This very attractive and unique looking plant has long hanging stems covered in thick heavy blue-green leaves that overlap like the hair on a donkey’s tail. Hope that helps! Last time I watered this was a month ago when I had it repotted to another pot. Just a head’s up because the leaves break and fall off this plant very easily. Now that I have your direction, I’m not so afraid to snip my plants. Should they be left in the water to root? The leaves are tightly compacted around the stem. I’m not sure if this means its underwatered, overwatered, or getting too hot of sun. I thought I might try wrapping it loosely in t-shirt fabric and then gently removing it from the container. They need a lot of light when growing indoors, so that could another cause … or a combo. Put it in a spot with nice, bright light but out of any windows with strong, hot sun. If unfortunately, your donkey’s tail develops them, hose them off every month. Native to Honduras and Mexico, mature specimens grow slow and steady but can reach trailing lengths of up to four feet long in six years' time (though the average length is closer to 24 inches). in spring with worm castings or a balanced liquid houseplant fertilizer. Or, you can add horticultural grade sand and perlite (or fine lava rock, gravel or pumice) to lighten up whatever potting soil you have. Leave the dropped leaves out of water and soil for a few days for them to harden at the bottom. Comment document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a0b07a2ebfd845214a5e2a0adcb539ad" );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. I live in Florida, so I think the temperature is not a problem. 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? My issue is I tried saving it from the store since its stretched itself. The thick stems appear woven or plaited with leaves. Let it dry out (you may need to repot it), then water every 10-14 days at the most. To have your Burro’s Tail flower is rare. Baby plants are emerging where the leaf meets the stem. It is an attractive, succulent plant for hanging baskets. 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. 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. Happy gardening, Nell, Just love this plant and want to follow your great advice! I think your Burro’s Tail been staying too wet. Generally, opt for a single heavy watering each month if your plant is indoors, increasing to once every two or three weeks if you're housing your succulent outdoors. Burro’s Tails need a lot of light but no direct, hot sun for prolonged periods of time. Shriveled leaves generally mean a plant is lacking water. Will the stems and leaves turn downward at some point?? This pest quite commonly feeds on Burro’s Tail. Hope that helps! Nell. Now I’m rambling! I have donkey tails as well and sure enough you had easy answers for both. Unsere Mitarbeiter begrüßen Sie als Kunde hier. Give it bright light but no direct afternoon sun. Burro’s Tail Sedum is native to Mexico & Honduras so it does bet in a dry climate (like Santa Barbara, CA where I am). Just a head’s up because the leaves break and fall off this plant very easily. I will now look after it properly. Also, don’t overwater it after planting because they don’t like to stay wet at all. Thanks in advance for your information. Sort by. Nell. Should be interesting! All those little leaves store water so go easy with the water, maybe every 2-3 weeks depending on the conditions it’s in. 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. In the growing season, when the days are warmer and longer, I water it more often every 9-11 days. Light. In order for your donkey's tail succulent to grow successfully, it should be housed in well-draining, sandy soil. Or, you can add. A good rule of thumb: The soil of your succulent should dry out completely in-between waterings. 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. I remove the pots, but either way, it should be fine. They both used to be my healthiest looking succulents. I inherited the mother plant from a friend who moved. So appreciate your enthusiasm. Is this possible, or am I wasting my time. overwatered burros tail. When I was doing this, one of the leaves was red inside. 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. The leaves aren’t falling off or yellowing or anything, they’re fine in colour, but they’re soft and wrinkled. They like to grow a bit tight in their pots. Hang the planter near a window (but away […], Your email address will not be published. In the cooler months indoor succulents need watering every 2-6 weeks, depending on the pot size & type & environment of your home. But now the leaves are all starting to shrivel. Like many succulents, donkey's tail is drought resistant once established, so you'll want to water it more frequently during its spring and summer grow season, then taper off throughout the fall and winter months. Hi Carrie – If it’s sooty mold, it’s not particularly harmful to the plant – that’s why it’s still flowering. Should I do anything special so it fixes itself? The rainwater mine gets in the winter helps with that. I’m having an issue with my burro’s tail and im not quite sure whats going on. They are still green but are starting to look like raisins. This means that the burros are more susceptible to changes in the environment including a lack of food and also are more susceptible to sudden bad weather conditions. Get that wonderful old bird cage and fill it in with your favorites. Nell. Log in or sign up to leave a comment Log In Sign Up. My burro tail leaves are shribbling!!! Question: Why does it loose leaves without reason? And now, because my neighbor cut down two of his pine trees last year, it gets some afternoon sun too. All of a sudden both of these plants have started to drop all of its bottom leaves. Yes, it’s being watering way too much. LIGHT: Lots of bright indirect light as they are part of the succulent family WATER: Water only when it is completely dry, will rot easily when overwatered Photos are for references only Email Save Comment 12. For Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. This might be every 14 days in summer, depending on the temps & size of the pot. ", The Spruce uses cookies to provide you with a great user experience. Red, yellow, or white flowers can emerge in late summer, though the plant rarely blooms indoors. Be sure to rotate the plant so it gets light evenly. Some of the shoots shriveled up like this, but … Thank you Water it thoroughly once every 3-4 weeks at most & less in winter. Any opinions are greatly appreciated! View on Amazon » Description. , Hi Aaron – I recently moved from Santa Barbara & left my succulent garden behind. My grandmother just gave me a handful of the leaves that had fallen off of her burros tail. So far so good! Like most succulents, they do well if left slightly neglected—if you forget to water them once or twice, they'll still be just fine. My Burro's Tail is also showing some wrinkly leaves. To repot a succulent: Make sure the soil is dry before starting the process. Ship bare root. Hi Richard – Thank you. One would not think to use these 3 plants in a container together but it works for me and that’s another story. It has been through every challenge imaginable and still survives despite my lack of knowledge and care. Great for gifts. Hi Sara – I know for certain that it’s not toxic to cats & dogs. What could I be doing wrong? Additionally, donkey's tail thrives in soil with a neutral to acidic pH of around 6.0, but isn't too picky in this regard. Thanks for the comment! Donkey Tail Plant, aka Burro’s Tail, is tough indeed. Ive had one of these for about two years. I’ll try to watch the sun move through locations for a better spot. Sedum burros tail - Der Gewinner unserer Tester. Burro’s Tail Cuttings. Help. Back off on the watering, maybe every 2-3 weeks. Hi Tara – I love my succulents & they do so well because I live in a climate where they grow outdoors in the conditions they love. You could even cut off the trails now & lay them on top of the plant just for the transport. I brought back some cuttings of burro’s Tail from West Bengal, India last April. , Hi Jane – From what you’ve told me, I’d say it’s over watering. Sedum Morganianum / Burro's Tail. I have a small burro’s tail and it’s growing a little faster over the summer but I’ve noticed that the top half of the succulent has the juicy leaves/buds spread out more than the other half that’s closer to the root (which are tightly together). In the top half, I can see the stem of the plant as there are gaps between the leaves. 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 stems When I moved to Tucson over a year ago, I gave the plant away & took cuttings. A few reasons for the white spots: mealybugs, sunburn, fertilizer burn or physical damage. Hope that helps! Donkey's Tail - Burros Tail Plant. Help. See about my blog: How to care for Sedum Donkey's Tail. Nell. Nell. Though aphids can typically be hosed off a plant, that's not the best solution for donkey's tail succulents given their fragile nature. New growth is appearing!! As a rule, plants in clay pots will dry out faster as will larger plants in smaller pots. Hey Nell!! Ship bare root. FEPITO Pin The Tail on The Donkey Party Game with 24 Pcs Tails for Kids Birthday Party Decorations, Carnival Circus Party Supplies . 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. I just purchased a small burros tail plant and I have a history of under watering and over watering my succulents. when I got it back, one of the stems had some yellow leaves which I assumed it was overwatered. Welche Kauffaktoren es bei dem Kaufen Ihres Sedum burros tail zu bewerten gibt. 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. Hi Joelle – A lot depends on the temps & size pot it’s in. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten zum Thema Burros Tail in höchster Qualität. Liz, Hi Liz – First of all, a big thank you! Hi Ireri – If growing in the right conditions, BTs are moderate growers. This sedum is one handsome succulent. 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. It needs warm temperatures and full sun to partial shade. I plan on changing to a more conventional hanging pot that will look more attractive inside once we get to our new home. I don’t know if this is normal, under-watered or overwatered. Sedum morganianum likes bright shade or partial sun. 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. You can put them in as high light as possible but just keep them out of hot sun. Belonging to the family Crassulaceae, this individual sports fleshy, modified leaves. 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? It seems to be a rare thing as far as what I have read. It is an easy-to-grow perennial succulent and can tolerate any types of soil with good drainage. How do you get multiple strings out of a planter naturally without growing new cuttings? Here are some common issues that you might run into. It is of course an indoor plant here but gets long hours of sun in the summer but limited hours of sun in the winter. Light. Beim Sedum burros tail Test sollte der Vergleichssieger bei fast allen Faktoren punkten. Simply lay the leaves on top of your cactus & succulent mix & they’ll root in. I have read so many mixed things that now I can't figure out if I have overwatered or underwatered. The succulent is green to gray green or even blue green and may have a slight chalky look. I thought they may be a fungus or from bugs and online it said to wipe it off with alcohol. 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. But this can actually make for an easy way to propagate. Jon VanZile is a Master Gardener and the author of "Houseplants for a Healthy Home. Hi Sam – No it’s not, the stems usually stay nice & plump. Donkey Tail Plant, aka Burro’s Tail, is tough indeed. However, it is crucial for you to know the appropriate growing conditions for donkey’s tail, so that you can provide it with the best care. They don’t root too deep. 5.0 out of 5 stars 1. I have tried to let the soil dry out and then the leaves shrivel and drop. Good news is, they propagate so easily from stem or even leaf cuttings. Just know you’re not the only 1 that experiences this! The leaves on these plants fall off extremely easily just by being touched or brushed. My Mom gave me a burros tail 43 years ago. Cut the stems down to 2-3″ on the mother plant. I have been growing Burro’s Tails for years with some success, and some failures! Hi Kathy – Sounds like you have a pork n beans sedum or Sedum rubrotinctum. I remove it from the window at night because the weather has been kind of wacky here lately. Hi Jo – I love my Burro’s Tail but every time I touch it, some of those leaves fall off. Yes, over or under watering could definitely be causing it. Hawaii is lovely but because it’s humid, you need to water even less. 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. Burro's tail is a native of Mexico. the stems can’t be restored. Should I water this, or just leave it? I was told when I bought it to never water them from above. Give it bright light (but no hot sun) & go easy on the water & you’ll keep it going for many more years. The ones I have now are about 4 inches long, so how long would I wait to take a clipping? Hi Nell, 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. Nell. However, if you must repot your succulent, you will find the most success in the warmer months. Sedum Morganianum / Burro's Tail. I’ve found that they’re 1 fleshy succulent which prefers a certain environment. Hi Romilla – No question is too silly – we all start somewhere after all! These are signs that the plant is rotting from the roots up due to overwatering. I do hope this is where I sign up for your newsletter/blog/or whatever you call it. share. Although the Ponytail Palm can hold water in it’s trunk for up to a month at a time, you still want some quality fast draining soil mix to keep the soil dry. Close. Am I over watering? Thanks for your comment! The only pests that mine ever gets are aphids so I just hose them off every month. Neutral: On Jun 19, 2008, RUFFIES from Deer Park, WA wrote: I JUST BOUGHT A SEDUM BURITTO PLANT FROM WALMART AND IT NEVER SAID IT WAS … 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. 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 ? You should see new growth emerging. 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. The leaves have a silvery blue cast to them and the branches may reach 3 feet or more. Hello thank you for the advice you’ve provided! I’m not very good with pants, but I’m trying to exercise what little green-thumb I may have. Suffocating roots shut down and stop delivering water to the stems and beads. I buy mine at California Cactus Center near Pasadena in case you live in that area. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience of gardening. The leaves are tightly compacted around the stem. As for humans, I’m not 100% sure but I think I remember reading somewhere that it’s safe. Large donkey's tail plants can also be divided and repotted if they are outgrowing their current pot. Make sure you have the end which came off the plant touching or lightly pressed into the soil. I’ve never seen or heard of a BT leaf turning red inside. I bought another potted pot and put on another porch, out of sunshine, but near the screened window. 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. W/ 5 more surrounding itself all about 4 in. 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. There are so many different sedums on the market these days – you’ll have fun with them. If one gets too much water, the damage occurs pretty quickly. Appreciate the specifics, Nel ! 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. Sedum burros tail - Der Gewinner unserer Tester. Succulents can be closely planted & packed in or grow in large pots – that’s another wonderful thing about them. 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! Some of the leaves are plump and healthy looking but others are dried and shriveled to microscopic size. Then, you could place the wrapped succulent in a garbage bag, sheet or box & transport it that way. Some people confuse symptoms of overwatering with under watering. Burros are animals that often do not live as long as the domesticated animals, the donkeys, do since they are not in an environment that is controlled by humans. The Burro’s Tail after the pruning. Hope that helps! Yes, succulents do become an obsession but on the grand scale of things, they’re a healthy obsession. If you want a real icebreaker at parties, then wear your Burro’s Tail as a necklace! Since I have never owned a donkey tail before, can you tell me if I should repot this plant into a larger pot before or starts to trail? I don’t want it to die because its like my pet now lol do you have any advice? Thank you for your help again! Burro’s Tail leaves can be quite prone to dropping. The other thing you can do (if you’re brave enough!) My Burro's Tail is also showing some wrinkly leaves. Native to Honduras and Mexico, mature specimens grow slow and steady but can reach trailing lengths of up to four feet long in six years' time (though the average length is closer to 24 inches). Donkey's tail prefers warm weather, though it stands up better to cooler temperatures than some other succulents. All those leaves store water so be sure not to overwater it. Sedum Burrito succulent hanging plant, attractive outdoor plant. Nell, Enjoyed the post, the pictures are something for me to dream about. burro burro / burro's tail burro's burro's tail burros • burrow burrow into burrow of badgers burrow system burrow through burrowduck burrowed burrower burrower bugs burrowers burrowing: Kennst du Übersetzungen, die noch nicht in diesem Wörterbuch enthalten sind? 2) the wind – the leaves fall off these plants rather easily so a strong wind can do it. For Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Nell, Joyce – Burro’s Tails can be tricky to grow. Your Burro’s Tail would love a bit of that too. Because of their fragile nature, great care should be taken to never repot a donkey's tail succulent unless absolutely necessary. They reach 4-6 feet long there and are so beautiful! Great for gifts. I enjoyed reading the above information and loved the photos. 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. Don’t know the proper name but it has little tube like leaves that turn red on the tips in the summer sun. With mine, the leaves just fall off & they root themselves in the ground. Hi, Guys . burro burro / burro's tail burro's burro's tail burros • burrow burrow into burrow of badgers burrow system burrow through burrowduck burrowed burrower burrower bugs burrowers burrowing: Kennst du Übersetzungen, die noch nicht in diesem Wörterbuch enthalten sind? Any help appreciated! I was told to set the pot in a pan of water and let the plant soak up water from the bottom. 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. Okay, so I’m rambling!! Some people confuse symptoms of overwatering with under watering. After 2 months have passed, your cuttings should be rooted. Simply cut the stems to the length you want, peel the bottom 1/3 of the leaves off and then let those stems heal off (this is where the cut end of the stem callus over) for 2 weeks to 3 months before planting. Depending on the temperature and light in your home, a thorough watering once a month will probably be enough. In fact, it prefers average levels of humidity and can rot if attempts are made to increase the humidity of its environment (so no need to mist its leaves or keep it somewhere more humid, like a bathroom). 1 comment. On a side note – please tell me what the gorgeous green succulent is that is creeping around the rock in your first photo. Burro’s tail can survive temperatures as low as 40⁰F but it’s best to wait to put your plants outdoors until the nighttime temperatures are consistently above 65⁰F. 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