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Sedum morganianum mostly known as burro or donkey tail. They are perfect for hanging pots with their long trailing stems. They have fleshy blue-green leaves and produces terminal, pink to red flowers. Sedum morganianum, native to Vera Cruz, Mexico, forms long pendant stems with pruinose pale blue-green spindle-shaped leaves. This is the true, original "donkey tail". Excellent for hanging baskets. Can form trailing stems to 6' in length. Pale pink bell-shaped flowers. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. the color varies depending on how much sun or shade they receive. Protect from frost.