by Merry Carmona
I purchased this at a yard sale for only $3.00 but just love it but the tiny pieces fall off, although they don’t die, they seem to root but would like to know what it is so I can care for it better.
Comments for Small oval shaped grows on long stem sometimes white, sometimes green, climbs
Dec 08, 2014
Donkey Tail Sedum
This is Sedum morganianum, the Donkey Tail Sedum. Yours appears to be needing more light, but the leaves falling off is a common trait – the leaves are only loosely attached and they fall and grow roots wherever they land.
This picture on Pinterest is a good example of a healthy plant of this species – something to aim for.
Follow the guidelines on this page for best results.
Jan 15, 2020
by: Chris O E
hanging baskets help with donkey tail cause you can move & water w out touching the tails. Also southern exposure or eastern exposure (All those dropped bits lead to multiple plants, I have two and some in my dish garden) strong light leads to stronger plants.