How Do You Care For A Donkey Tail Plant. Burro’s tail (sedum morganianum) is a succulent that is native to southern mexico and honduras. Donkey’s tail plant is prone to mealybugs and whiteflies due to its fleshy leaves.
This watering routine includes a thorough watering enough to saturate the roots. A donkey’s tail plant is very fragile and the leaves easily fall off if the plant is disturbed. Unlike many types of succulents, burro's tail needs a considerable amount of water to keep the leaves attractive and plump.
During the winter months, the plant is less active in growth.
Water when the soil has totally dries out. You will not have to water the monkey tail cactus until the soil has dried out. Unlike many types of succulents, burro's tail needs a considerable amount of water to keep the leaves attractive and plump. (soak the soil thoroughly, then make sure to let the topsoil dry out completely before watering again.)