Scientific Name: Sedum morganianum
Alias: Donkey's Tail,Burro's Tail,Lamb's Tail,Horse's Tail
Bloom color:Pink Bloom
Seasonality: Spring / Fall
Hardiness: 35℉（+1.7℃） - 50℉（+10℃）
Maxium Height:many over 2 feet(60 cm)
Maxium Rosette size:
Light conditions:Strong light except summer noon light.
Soil mix:well drainage soil
Water:less water in Winter,some water in Summer but except watering it in noon.Watering the soil.
Sedum morganianum is an evergreen,trailing succulent with many over 2 feet(60cm)long,pendent stems arising from base.The leaves are fleshy,blue-green,up to 0.5 inch(1.3cm)long and crowded along stems.The inflorescence bears 1 to 6 pink to red flowers.
How to grow and care
Donkey's Tail is pretty forgiving plant,if you forget to water it once or twice,it will probably be just fine.If you want your plant to really thrive,make sure to provide strong light,fertilizer during the growing season and adequate moisture during the growing season.Too often,these are left to fend for themselves,simply because they can.But with a little effort,the plant can be a remarkable specimen.
Repot as needed,preferably during the warm season.To repot a Donkey's Tail,make sure the soil is dry before repotting,then gently remove the pot.Knock away the old soil from the roots,making sure to remove any rotted or dead roots in the process.Treat any cuts with a fungicide.Place the plant in its new pot and backfill with potting soil,spreading the roots out as you repot.Leave the plant dry for a week or so,then begin to water lightly to reduce the rish of root rot.
Propagation is by seed or by cutting.Individual leaves can be sprouted by placing them into a succulent potting soil,then covering the dish until they sprout.Large Donkey's Tail plants can also be divided during repotting.