Happy gardening, Nell, Just love this plant and want to follow your great advice! You know that I’m here for you. Give them nice, bright light but no direct sunlight. Thank you. Propagating from leaves is the easiest. Feel free to head to my YouTube page and subscribe to see a new video every month. Sounds like the light might be the issue. Take care when handling the plant, since the leaves are quite delicate and will easily break off the stem. Posted by 2 years ago. I just got my first burrows tail, however my leaves are rounded, not pointed so maybe it’s a baby burros tail? Propagating from leaves is the easiest. I’ve found that they’re 1 fleshy succulent which prefers a certain environment. Nell, Joyce – Burro’s Tails can be tricky to grow. Asked by Ida Meyer on August 10, 2017 H8R3G5. This plant comes under the category of succulent plants such as Manfreda, Jovibarba, and Duvalia. Similarly, you can wait for your burro’s tail to drop some leaves, which it does every so often. 3. I water every 3 days. My Burro’s Tails both grow in pots with larger plants & they’re doing fine. You can read our policies here. Even when I’m cutting the tails to give them away or propagate them, some of the leaves fall off. They were quick to sprout but their growth has plateaued at the size of an eraser, for the last several months. Propagating from leaves is the easiest. Posted by 2 years ago. Water well and leave in a very bright location. Think now might be sunburn as see the same on one of your plants. Try moving it to a better light position. The goal is for the Burro,s tail to drape over the container, hoping this will give the silk a more natural and soft look. Place your cutting (or cuttings) into cactus/succulent soil (I like EB Stone’s Cactus Mix) and bury the stem, press down on the soil around the stem to create a nice, firm and supported spot for it to begin growing roots and a new root structure to keep it strong. They’re also indegenous to that region. But I left it with my mom for about a month and gave her the same directions. Hi Barry – There’s probably no need to repot it yet as succulents are fine being tight in their pots. As a rule, plants in clay pots will dry out faster as will larger plants in smaller pots. Be well. Then insert into fresh, nutrient-rich soil and resume normal care. Stem cuttings aren’t the only thing that can be used to propagate Burro’s Tail succulent. Propagating burros tail. Your email address will not be published. If you scroll down on this post, you’ll see the 3 individual leaves with new little plants forming. Plenty of light, plenty of drainage, water weekly and…..fertilizer! Enjoy the flowering! Try to avoid soaking the leaves if you can. How to grow. Most came off that way, but I worry that that is too strong, and the white spots are still spreading. Many thanks in advance. I’m so glad you found the advice helpful! Hi Nell- Yours look absolutely gorgeous! The Sedum Burrito trails too & the leaves are a bit smaller so I don’t think it’s that. Hi Elaine – I’m glad you enjoyed the post & that you’re finding all the info on our site helpful. and I water it occasionally. The reason the leaves fall off easily is that in nature they simply fall to the ground, take root and grow up tas brand-new plants. By the way, I top dress all the containers in my garden with compost and worm castings every Spring. I promise not to gloat! 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. Burro’s Tail Sedums are native to environments which are warm & dry. I prefer to use to use a pot that’s taller than wider which will anchor those somewhat heavy stems down in the light mix. Nell. Today, pulled up & transplanted 2 stems with roots so now have room to check dampness to mid-depth of pot. Answered by Downtoearthdigs on August 12, 2017. The plant can be propagated from stem or leaf cuttings. At first I thought it was underwatering, but the issue persisted, then I thought it might be overwatering, and the issue STILL persisted. . Okay friends, hope that is super helpful information. Get new plants for free by propagating sedum morganianum from leaf or stem cuttings. I brought back some cuttings of burro’s Tail from West Bengal, India last April. Plants This sedum is one handsome succulent. Burro’s Tail really isn’t susceptible to a wide range of insects. I’ve read that when succulents don’t get enough sun, they elongate, but I don’t want them to burn. Nell. Here's what you need to know about bromeliad care to grow them indoors. 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. Also called burro tail, the plant has stems that can reach over 3 feet long. One of the most fun plants around, this succulent is simple to grow. Close. Thank you! The leaves aren’t falling off or yellowing or anything, they’re fine in colour, but they’re soft and wrinkled. It may be looking for more sunlight. I started putting it by a skylight window where it gets lots of sun all day. Give it bright light but no direct afternoon sun. 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. To learn more about Sedum morganianum, read this article… Depending on the temperature and light in your home, a thorough watering once a month will probably be enough. A year ago i bought one it had just 2 little tails, it hasn’t grown at all, Is it an slow growing plant? I moved it now to the garden but now I’m afraid it will get to much sun hahaha. They can also grow well from cuttings. Hi Nell, I recently purchased a sedum morganianum on-line and it arrived very healthy and in a 6″ pot. Hi Melissa – When fleshy succulents loose leaves, it’s usually 1 of 3 things: mechanical damage, light (not enough or too much hot sun) or watering (usually too much). Hope that helps! The donkey's tail succulent (Sedum morganianum) is a popular and easy-to-grow trailing succulent with rows of fleshy, tear-dropped shaped leaves. Hope that helps! If it’s close to or up against the glass, it may be too hot. When I propagate the leaves of succulents, I lightly spray the soil twice a week. Have a great day! Singapore is very humid therefore the soil doesn’t dry out as fast. 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. Or, if you had a greenhouse, that would definitely help! Sorry for the novel, but I’m desperate for this to grow properly!! Hi Nell, Thank you SO much for sharing your wisdom and pic’s of your succulents! The only concern might be the plenty of light – if it’s strong, hot afternoon sun, they could very well burn. How big a pot should it be in? Check out our recent article about 5 tips and tricks for propgating succulents! Propagating burro’s tail will ensure multiple enough of this versatile plant to play with and apply to many different indoor or outdoor landscaping situations. The top few inches of soil may be dry but staying moist down below where the majority of roots are. Please note: When you receive the plant, please check if the topsoil is wet or not. The leaves fall off at the slightest touch and will litter the ground after transplanting or repotting. Nell. You can also propagate it with the individual leaves. Am I not watering it enough? Anyway…i followed your instructions for propagating, they did well, but as soon as I’ve planted them, nothings happened and it looks as if they’re dying. I live in Canada so it will be a houseplant, do you think it would be ok in a west facing window or is that too much direct light? They are brown and dry I am afraid we gave it too much sun this summer when we took it outside. 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. I just purchased a small burros tail plant and I have a history of under watering and over watering my succulents. Here are things to know about pruning & propagating a burro's tail succulent. Is this possible, or am I wasting my time. Be sure to check back because we post on a regular basis. After that you can replant the stem. Also, don’t overwater it after planting because they don’t like to stay wet at all. Hang the planter near a window (but away […], Your email address will not be published. I may have “found” a piece of a Burros tail succulent at the Disneyland... And it’s been sitting in a cup of water for like a month and half, has roots. This site was interesting and very helpful.My dad gave me a donkey tail plant in a pot in 1966 and I still have it today. 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! they haven’t grown any either. Sold See item details. Live in New Orleans northshore area & have at edge of covered porch in morning & noon sun. At this stage, refrain from misting too much because the cutting may develop new plants before roots start to shoot. Nell. I was currious if this may be why mine never has bloomed. Burro’s Tail Propagation. Re-potting Burros Tail Sedum. I can’t get my Burros tail to propagate and it’s killing me! I thought I might try wrapping it loosely in t-shirt fabric and then gently removing it from the container. Before you can prune & propagate Burro’s Tail, you’ll need to gather your equipment. In a few weeks or months, roots will gradually show up. Propagating. If you think I’m nervous about this, you’d be right. I would also like to save the original plant if possible because it belonged to my late sister in law. Propagating, rooting and starting the burro’s tail and sedum plants, in general, could not be easier. A few reasons for the white spots: mealybugs, sunburn, fertilizer burn or physical damage. Winter lows were generally around 40 degrees but it could dip into the high 30’s. Hi! HELP. Some other closely related Sedum varieties may also be known by any of these names. I remove the pots, but either way, it should be fine. Your succulent looks amazing! Depending on the cultivar, foliage can range from gray-green, to true green, to blue-green. Nell. Nell. By the way, those leaves you loose won’t grow back on the stem but the plant grows so thick & dense it doesn’t really matter. I have them sitting on top of a pot of regular potting soil. I really look forward to get it like yours they are beautiful! Common Pests. 06/18/2014. It will get plenty of light. Water sparingly in winter Propagation Propagate by seed sown at 15 -184?C in early spring Comment document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a9155059d948a5466dd8f1127c7adeed" );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 will also make numerous starts to share with friends and family or spread around the garden. Thank you, Richard. The hanging succulent you seeing me transplanting is a Burro’s Tail Sedum which is one that the leaves fall off of simply by touching it. It had a lot of white spots that were spreading, some of them were bumpy. What am I doing wrong? Nell. Your video was amazing. All those little leaves store water so go easy with the water, maybe every 2-3 weeks depending on the conditions it’s in. Plants can recover easier from under watering as opposed to over watering (especially with succulents). The water needs to drain out of it fast so it’s best to use a mix specially formulated for cactus and succulents. Is this a sign of something? Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Location: Crossfield, Alberta, Canada. Don’t know the proper name but it has little tube like leaves that turn red on the tips in the summer sun. Nell. Once you have the leaf, leave it to callous. Rooting them in water will rot them out. Nell. Propagating a Burros Tail? Cindy, Hi Cindy – I love this plant too – so easy to propagate too. You can also propagate it by individual leaf cuttings which you’ll see in the picture below. The ones in the middle tend to grow more in a more upwards direction. I’ll try to watch the sun move through locations for a better spot. They will begin the form their own little burro’s tail roots and eventually, after a few months, a few new leaves. 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. If it’s top dressed with rocks, that keeps the soil moisture in. Okay, so I’m rambling!! I always loose a fair amount of the leaves when repotting this plant. If you want to know more on this subject, I’ve done an entire, It is commonly sold as an indoor hanging plant. They reach 4-6 feet long there and are so beautiful! You can take cuttings from those spindly trails & replant them. Hi Ann – Glad you found us! Thank you for all the valuable advice you give about properly caring for succulents. Any advice you can give would be much appreciated. Simply lay the leaves on top of your cactus & succulent mix & they’ll root in. This plant is not for a flimsy pot with a flimsy hanger. HELP. But this can actually make for an easy way to propagate. Nell. Q. Propagating burro’s tail. Am I over watering? Thanks for stopping by! Archived. 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. Posted by cantu81kure October 8, 2020 Posted in Uncategorized. Here in Santa Barbara, the average low temperature for the winter months hovers around the low 40’s. The trails on mine are very long – yours should explode too. It will rot out if you do. Nell. Mine grows outdoors but I’ll also tell you what it needs if you want to grow it in your house at the end of this list. Thanks for the comment! Sedum Morganianum—Burro’s Tail Named after the Spanish word for donkey, Burro’s Tail is indigenous to Southern Mexico and Honduras. Mine is up against the house and shows no signs of stress during those brief chilly spells. when I got it back, one of the stems had some yellow leaves which I assumed it was overwatered. Conclusion. We will be leaving in about two weeks and I watered it 2 days ago. To avoid root rot, make sure that there plenty of drainage holes on the bottom of the pot. I’m terribly jealous of your succulents! Pruning And Propagating A Burro’s Tail Succulent. Does anyone have tips for propagating burros tail specifically? Hope that helps! In propagating burro’s tail, it is important that you allow the cutting to callous. I put it inside under a dome where’s good light all day, but the leaves started to dry out. 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. PETS. Hope that helps, Nell. New tails will grow out of the top but taking cuttings stimulates that even more. Apr 2, 2019 - Burro's Tail Sedums are unique hanging succulents which propagate easily. Good luck with the move! Archived. Hi Kelsey – I always water my succulents in pots from above. Belonging to the family Crassulaceae, this individual sports fleshy, modified leaves. If you can help me with any comment or advice, I would greatly appreciate it. I’m so honored and happy to help you create a thriving Sacred Space. Propagating a Burros Tail? Yes, over or under watering could definitely be causing it. Love this plant just wondering if it is safe for babies, in case they get hold of it and eat it? Thanks again. Let the cut section to dry. 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. Nell. Should they be left in the water to root? Also called donkey’s tail (burro means donkey in Spanish), burro’s tail is a trailing sedum native to southern Mexico that is usually found in plant shops or nurseries in its juvenile stage in a four-inch planter’s pot. OH! Gather the leaves and insert them partway into a moist soilless medium. Here’s a post & video I did on it for you: https://www.joyusgarden.com/hens-and-chicks-succulent/ Happy gardening! You can put them in as high light as possible but just keep them out of hot sun. 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. Thanks for your comment! Thanks for all the great tips! Nell. You can find your very own little burro baby in my store that will be hand-packaged and sent with love your way. 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. The soil needs to have excellent drainage. Sedum morganianum is best known as the Burro’s Tail succulent or Donkey’s Tail plant. Just don’t let it touch hot or cold glass. You can go up to a 10″ pot or larger if you’d like. Adjust accordingly as well as to the weather conditions. Any help appreciated! One would not think to use these 3 plants in a container together but it works for me and that’s another story. Simply pluck a few leaves from the burro’s tail stem and place them in moist soil. Jun 26, 2018 - Tips on donkey tail plant care, Burros Tail, makes a beautiful hanging succulent basket or potted plant. Nell. The problem is, it’s elongated so the distance between the leaves are quite long. You can get your own burros tail, A Summer Centerpiece With Silk Flowers You Can Make Ahead ». Just know you’re not the only 1 that experiences this! Understanding donkey tail plant care practices and culture remains an important aspect to ensure proper growth. 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. Think soil needs less often & less amount. I haven’t watered the soil and wasn’t sure if it needed to be yet or not? Thanks in advance for your information. Am I overwatering or under watering? The nursery probably told you that because many Burro’s Tail grows very densely & if you water the foliage repeatedly, they could rot out. Cut out a stem from your Sedum morganianum in a length you want and peel off some bottom leaves. If I put it in a wider pot, will it spread? Mom just passed away a month ago and this plant is now flowering for the very first time! It’s best grown in a hanging basket, in a large pot like mine, in a pot that hangs against a wall or trailing out of a rock garden. It used to look short, dense, and fat but now it’s longer and plump(getting there) but spotty. Hawaii is lovely but because it’s humid, you need to water even less. TOXICITY - Generally not toxic to pets. I have had no luck at all when it comes to propagating Sedum Morganianum from the leaf "buds". However, they are losing the little buds near the pot and I have bare branches for about 3 or 4 inches from the pot. Or, you can add horticultural grade sand and perlite (or fine lava rock, gravel or pumice) to lighten up whatever potting soil you have. Hi Nell! Liz, Hi Liz – First of all, a big thank you! Ive had one of these for about two years. Place freshly fallen leaves back into the pot – or into a small new pot – to grow a whole new plant! Should I do anything special so it fixes itself? As you can imagine, a mature plant gets very heavy. Hey Nell!! There was only one that way from the many I broke off. Hi Tatiana – You are certainly welcome, I’m happy to share what I’ve learned. Hope that helps! Thanks do much!!! Pressed a tightly rolled paper towel down the side & soaked up excess. I would have started sooner! A. All 3 of mine have a lot of trails on them. I have two more leaves in the process of growing at the moment. When I purchased a donkey tail succulent, I repotted it. I have a question about my indoor Burro’s Tail that appears to be shriveling in some areas. You can see them here: https://www.joyusgarden.com/how-to-transplant-a-large-ponytail-palm/ Burro’s Tail doesn’t like full sun. You might want to feed it once (& only once!) It hasn’t improved. In the process, many leaves fell, so I gave those leaves a new pot for it to root into new donkey tails. Pruning & Propagating My Burro’s Tail Succulent: Tools You Need. The current pots are in a Florida pool porch, out of the sunlight, but near enough. Any suggestions? Just a head’s up because the leaves break and fall off this plant very easily. Jun 16, 2017 - grow burros tail succulent from leaf cuttings 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 have a donkey’s tail(but it doesn’t have the pointy ends) and it almost died because I didn’t water it enough and I kept it in the basement(Oops). I take cuttings of mine 3-4 times a year because it grows so thickly. Wondering if my plant, I will call pork n’bean will survive over our winter here in Olympia, Wa. Be gentle when doing so since the plant is fairly brittle. I’m having an issue with my burro’s tail and im not quite sure whats going on. Be prepared to loose leaves when you transplant it – this is not due to shock but because they fall off easily. According to Nell at Joy Us Garden, a Burro’s Tail does need at least 4 hours of sun a day, but bright shade or partial sun will […], […] Burro’s Tail, Haworthias & Hens & Chickens (the […], […] for your succulents? Propagating Burro’s Tail from Leaves. Just a head’s up because the leaves break and fall off this plant very easily. It features big pointy leaves like those you see on echeverias, but they grow on draping stems to create an extra chunky looking burro’s tail … save. [CARE DETAILS] I’m sorry to hear about your mom’s passing but she was certainly doing something right. Common Problems with your Burro's Tail. After a few days, the propagated leaves will start to sprout. I have donkey tails as well and sure enough you had easy answers for both. It’s not dying..it looks healthy enough…it’s in a south facing window (maybe should move to east?) Nell. I was wondering if you could help me with my Burro’s tail that I just bought. Hope that helps! Or do we wait to root before watering? Try Burro’s Tail, it is a phenomenal plant that requires little care to survive and grow fully. I received two clippings from a friend that have rooted and grown really well, but it is only two tails. Jun 11, 2020 - Wie man Sukkulenten vermehrt #Einfache #plant garden ideas backyards #Sie #Sukkulenten #vermehren #Videoanweisungen Hope that helps! 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. Thank you for the great advice! I tip prune to force some new growth at the top. Nell. They will appear, maybe just slower than you wish! Thus, the mother leaf dries out before a better root system develops and the growing stops all together (but doesn't die). I really just love the tonic created by Mountain Organics Botanicals exclusively for my shop! I inherited the mother plant from a friend who moved. Indoors, it’s best to water your plant thoroughly, let all the water drain out, & then water again when the top half of the soil has dried out. First time I’ve ever had any problems associated with it (and it flowers all the time!) I prefer to keep the pot size in scale with the plant I’m transplanting. Mine is up against the house and shows no signs of stress during those brief chilly spells. 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. 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