An exquisite looking succulent with long stems that are densely covered with plump leaves that overlap one another. This succulent looks stunning when cascading out of a pot or hanging basket.
The Burro’s Tail prefers to just be admired for its beauty. It benefits from being left alone, as it is likely to lose leaves when handled. The good news however, is that those leaf droppings can be propagated for new plants.🌱
☀️Place by a sunny window, where it will receive 5-6 hours of sunlight. 💧Wait until the soil is completely dry, then water thoroughly (about every 4-5 weeks). 🐶 Non-toxic to cats, dogs, and horses.