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by Merry Carmona
(Yorktown, VA)


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
by: Jacki

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

Donkey Tail
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.