Nell. Propagating, rooting and starting the burro’s tail and sedum plants, in general, could not be easier. The stems I’m terribly jealous of your succulents! I have a new home in Tucson & now have the challenge of growing them in the desert. I have been growing Burro’s Tails for years with some success, and some failures! You might have to move it in the wintertime as the sun shifts to a place where the light is brighter. Sorry for the novel, but I’m desperate for this to grow properly!! Even when I’m cutting the tails to give them away or propagate them, some of the leaves fall off. Mine gets morning sun which it prefers. Sounds like it might have gotten too wet at some point. ;-). Hi Rachel – Let it dry out (you may need to repot it), then water every 10-14 days at the most. Was this answer useful? Adjust accordingly as well as to the weather conditions. Nell. Nell. I was wondering if this is what you do as well. Or is it normal? I’ve found that they’re 1 fleshy succulent which prefers a certain environment. My secret planting weapon is worm castings. I remove the pots, but either way, it should be fine. This might be every 14 days in summer, depending on the temps & size of the pot. Does anyone have tips for propagating burros tail specifically? This type of leaf separation happens for two reasons, either the sedum isn’t getting enough light so it is reaching and stretching towards the sun, or the plant has been bumped and the leaves have fallen off. We will be leaving in about two weeks and I watered it 2 days ago. I’m sorry to hear about your mom’s passing but she was certainly doing something right. I really look forward to get it like yours they are beautiful! Keep it that way. Best, Nell, Hi John – You never want to root succulents in water because they’ll rot out. I started from several cuttings, I have 5 ,all growing well. You can increase it if needed as the weather warms. Is this possible, or am I wasting my time. If you want to know more on this subject, I’ve done an entire, It is commonly sold as an indoor hanging plant. The soil seems to be good draining soil, the top has rocks/shards on it so it makes it difficult to stick my finger in and check the soil. In the growing season, when the days are warmer and longer, I water it more often every 9-11 days. Love this plant just wondering if it is safe for babies, in case they get hold of it and eat it? © 2020 Joy Us Garden | Care, Propagation, and Pruning About | Contact | PRIVACY POLICYDesign By Viva la Violet, Mother Nature Inspired Christmas Ornaments, Like any other succulent, this one needs good drainage. 3. . How big a pot should it be in? 1. Any advice for me? Succulents can be closely planted & packed in or grow in large pots – that’s another wonderful thing about them. Thank you for whatever help you can give me! Nov 4, 2019 - Bromeliads are wonderful houseplants. While the stems are healing off, you want to keep them in bright light but not in direct sunlight. Is this normal once it starts to hang off? But this can actually make for an easy way to propagate. Before you can prune & propagate Burro’s Tail, you’ll need to gather your equipment. A few reasons for the white spots: mealybugs, sunburn, fertilizer burn or physical damage. Enjoy the flowering! Nell. Succulents are becoming an increasing number of fashionable. There’s no real trick to doing it but just be as gentle as you can when handling the plant. And I’m horrible with succulents. Live in New Orleans northshore area & have at edge of covered porch in morning & noon sun. The current pots are in a Florida pool porch, out of the sunlight, but near enough. Once rooted, plant in cactus and succulent potting soil. After a few days, the propagated leaves will start to sprout. I have tried multiple times and my leaves keep shriveling up and dying. Pruning & Propagating A Burro’s Tail Succulent (Sedum Morganianum, Donkey’s Tail) Made Simple. Think now might be sunburn as see the same on one of your plants. I really enjoy reading your blog! If they get too “stemmy” I always cut them off, shorten & replant. It will get plenty of light. Okay, so I’m rambling!! As for the leaves, they also need to heal over a few days so as not to rot when exposed to water. Our average summer temps are in the mid to high 70’s which is ideal for the Burro’s Tail. Propagating burros tail. Hi nell! The plant can be propagated from stem or leaf cuttings. I’m going to cover that below along with propagation which is something you’ll want to know how to do because all your friends will want a cutting or two. I take cuttings of mine 3-4 times a year because it grows so thickly. If it’s top dressed with rocks, that keeps the soil moisture in. Baby plants are emerging where the leaf meets the stem. The longest braid is maybe 6-7 in. I do it when they’re getting too long or when I want to stimulate new growth at the top. Hi Herb – When a leaf falls off or you propagate it, a new little plantlet will start to form close to the root end. Zone Toronto | Anonymous added on September 16, 2018 | Answered. Honor, Thank you Honor! I keep it indoors. The problem is, it’s elongated so the distance between the leaves are quite long. In a few weeks or months, roots will gradually show up. The typical Donkey’s Tail plant should be given moisture between ten and fourteen days. Be sure to rotate the plant so it gets light evenly. Your email address will not be published. Mine happily resides in a large square terra cotta pot with my now 5-year-old Coleus “Dipped In Wine” (yes, they’re technically perennials) and a Golden Weeping Variegated Boxwood which I brought home from Kew Gardens as a wee cutting. Or, you can add. Neem Oil, which works on a wide range of insects, is an organic method of control that is simple and very effective. In a few weeks or months, roots will gradually show up. In this post, I’m going to tell you how I care for and propagate my Sedum morganianum or Burro’s Tail, Donkey’s Tail or Horse’s Tail. But I left it with my mom for about a month and gave her the same directions. Nell. Hi Cut a 3-inch piece from the end of one of the donkey tail branches during the growing season from spring through summer, cutting through some of the leaves if necessary, using clean pruning shears. It is commonly sold as an indoor hanging plant. The idea is to treat them as gently as possible ….I think I *may* have made that kinda clear at this point. they simply are not growing anything that looks like roots… and getting any moisture they are living on from the humidity from the soil. OH! It stores water in the leaves, stems & roots so you should only water it when dry. Thanks do much!!! Nell, Hi I just bought 2 small 2″ burro tails yesterday so this article was right on time on my care search. Be sure to check back because we post on a regular basis. 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. Sometimes people confuse being too wet with being too dry. Good news is, they propagate so easily from stem or even leaf cuttings. 3) over watering or under watering – either will cause it. Required fields are marked *. I live in Hawaii. Jun 6, 2019 - grow burros tail succulent from leaf cuttings. Hi Tatiana – You are certainly welcome, I’m happy to share what I’ve learned. Hi Sarah – I now live in the Arizona desert & my Burro’s Tail looks much more “shriveled” in the summer heat than the other months due to the heat. Thank you. Hi Lauren – My Burro’s Tail, that you see in this post, grew in part shade in Santa Barbara & did well. Stem cuttings aren’t the only thing that can be used to propagate Burro’s Tail succulent. Belonging to the family Crassulaceae, this individual sports fleshy, modified leaves. The only concern might be the plenty of light – if it’s strong, hot afternoon sun, they could very well burn. If I put it in a wider pot, will it spread? it hangs pot is about 7 inches across and about 5 inches deep, any help would be greatly appreciated thank you , Hi Shaun – I had to cut my Burro’s Tail Back last fall because it was getting rangy. Zone Toronto | Anonymous added on September 16, 2018 | Answered. I would like to repot it but any little touch sends the buds falling – Don’t know whether to leave it alone or start again – I hate to destroy this plant, Hi Virginia – Burro’s Tail grows like crazy but it can be tricky to work with. Growing Burro’s Tail Outdoors . Yes, succulents do become an obsession but on the grand scale of things, they’re a healthy obsession. Sounds like the light might be the issue. Will there be roots that I should be careful with? Here’s a post & video I did on it for you: https://www.joyusgarden.com/hens-and-chicks-succulent/ Happy gardening! Hi Lenore – 43 years, now that’s longevity! It seems to be a rare thing as far as what I have read. I received two clippings from a friend that have rooted and grown really well, but it is only two tails. Will the stems and leaves turn downward at some point?? 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? This plant burns in direct sun. I now am sure it’s the same. Jun 6, 2019 - grow burros tail succulent from leaf cuttings. someone gave me a piece of a burrow’s tail a couple of years ago, said it would take root and propogate like mad, but it has done nothing! Nell. Simply cut the stems to the length you want, peel the bottom 1/3 of the leaves off and then let those stems heal off (this is where the cut end of the stem callus over) for 2 weeks to 3 months before planting. Is this a sign of something? I’m having an issue with my burro’s tail and im not quite sure whats going on. 5 Tips for Propagating Succulents. Sounds like you have the Burrito or Baby’s Burro’s Tail. Posted by cantu81kure October 8, 2020 Posted in Uncategorized. You can get Burro’s tail plant from Amazon without going through the hassle of finding it manually in-stores. I just got my first burrows tail, however my leaves are rounded, not pointed so maybe it’s a baby burros tail? Like any other succulent, this one needs good drainage. I started them in a shallow dish, just lying the leaves on top of the soil. It comes securely packed and delivers at your home in just a few days. Nell. 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. Does over or underwatering cause this? Am I overwatering or under watering? But all of a sudden they’re shribbling up! Hope that helps. Understanding donkey tail plant care practices and culture remains an important aspect to ensure proper growth. Has anyone had success with propagating donkey tail leaves? It’s grows slowly at 1st, but then picks up the growth rate over time. Burro’s Tail really isn’t susceptible to a wide range of insects. After 2 months have passed, your cuttings should be rooted. Hello, Hi. Take out a leaf from the stem. HELP. Please note: When you receive the plant, please check if the topsoil is wet or not. Keep it that way. I have a question about my indoor Burro’s Tail that appears to be shriveling in some areas. I intend to transplant them as you’ve shown in your “healing off” picture when we reach our destination. 3. Nell. How can I help it grow? Problem is I have no idea what to do next? Anyway, I want to transplant it, and currently it’s in about 6” wide pot. , Hi Aaron – I recently moved from Santa Barbara & left my succulent garden behind. Hi all! I’ve never seen or heard of a BT leaf turning red inside. Hi Janelle – You’re welcome! If you watch the video at the end you’ll see the stems that are getting too much sun are a pale green. A spray with diluted mild dish soap usually does the trick. Have a great day! So anyway, because I just love them…I’m not letting that keep me from growing them in containers! Water it thoroughly once every 3-4 weeks at most & less in winter. How do you get multiple strings out of a planter naturally without growing new cuttings? Am I not watering it enough? You can find your very own little burro baby in my store that will be hand-packaged and sent with love your way. Be sure to have a small plate or bowl nearby to catch fallen leaves (more on that in a minute). 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. I prefer to keep the pot size in scale with the plant I’m transplanting. Am I over watering? 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. It’s an excellent addition to any home as a houseplant if you have bright natural light and don’t water it too often. Does it have a stem that has some leaf loss? For a little while some of them had white spots on the leaves, but I cut off all stems that seemed affected and there are none left. You can also use … Simply pluck a few leaves from the burro’s tail stem and place them in moist soil. After that you can replant the stem. I don't know what I'm doing wrong … Hi Joni – Yes, you are correct correct to think that. Hi Elaine – I’m glad you enjoyed the post & that you’re finding all the info on our site helpful. I’ll b doing an updated post & video on this within the next couple of months. It will form a callous where the roots are grown. I watered my Burros tail about 14days but the leaves continue to shrivel like dried raisins and eventually die. To avoid root rot, make sure that there plenty of drainage holes on the bottom of the pot. Nell, […] sure to check out my posts on propagating Burro’s Tail Sedum, String Of Pearls and […], […] going to list out the steps I take when propagating succulents. I would wrap soft fabric around it like flannel, fleece, or even a pillow case just to hold all the stems as tight as possible. New tails will grow out of the top but taking cuttings stimulates that even more. This plant is not for a flimsy pot with a flimsy hanger. Hope that helps! They love a few hours of direct sunlight each day but will tolerate super bright, indirect light too. Hi Barry – There’s probably no need to repot it yet as succulents are fine being tight in their pots. Burro’s tail is a low maintenance houseplant best grown in hanging containers that will showcase its fleshy, bluish green leaves covering the long, drooping stems. Thank you for helping us spread the word & make the world a more beautiful place! What am I doing wrong? Sedum morganianum likes bright shade or partial sun. I’ve followed your instruction on water, sunlight…etc… i live in central Germany and it is rainy and humid. Hi Nell, I have a sad (acquired one without knowing what it was called or how to care for it) Burros tail. Propagation of Burro’s Tail Burro’s Tail is a plant that is so simple to multiply with leaves or cuttings, and the success rates are so high. Propagation. If you want to multiply your burro’s tail, you can easily do so through stem tip cuttings and leaf cuttings. For stem tip cuttings, simply cut a portion of the tip with at least 3 leaf nodes. Burro’s tail is not toxic to dogs, cats, or people. The rainwater mine gets in the winter helps with that. Maybe every 4 weeks. They need a lot of light when growing indoors, so that could another cause … or a combo. You can spray it with a mixture of 1/5 rubbing alcohol to 4/5 water if hosing off isn’t doing the trick. I bought my burros tail on a website about 2 months ago and it arrived all healthy and well, it was so beautiful. share. This plant eventually grows to 4′ long which will take around 6 years or so. The other thing you can do (if you’re brave enough!) Do you have any suggestions? In propagating burro’s tail, it is important that you allow the cutting to callous. 1 comment. Propagating a Burros Tail? In the process, many leaves fell, so I gave those leaves a new pot for it to root into new donkey tails. Hello, Hi Nell- There’s a bunch of healthy looking new growth starting all over the pot, but the established plant isn’t doing well at all! This plant grows by trailing stems with overlapping juicy leaves. Water sparingly in winter Propagation Propagate by seed sown at 15 -184?C in early spring I water my Burro’s Tail here in Tucson every 5 days in the hot weather. I am very excited about my new plant addition to my home! Thank you for your help again! Do not burry. Hi Stacey – Thank you – glad you found the blog! 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. The plant could have been over watered (or under watered) at 1 time. 06/18/2014. 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. Or do we wait to root before watering? And, use succulent & cactus mix if it’s available in your area. I live in Saskatchewan and they were inside all the time for the first year, I put them out doors this summer and still nothing changed. 0 0. On a side note – please tell me what the gorgeous green succulent is that is creeping around the rock in your first photo. They were quick to sprout but their growth has plateaued at the size of an eraser, for the last several months. I love it. Make sure you have the end which came off the plant touching or lightly pressed into the soil. I found your wonderful site today while searching for info on propagating my string of pearls. Place freshly fallen leaves back into the pot – or into a small new pot – to grow a whole new plant! Finally what would the recommendation be for water, a light misting everyday? 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. You can also propagate it by individual leaf cuttings which you’ll see in the picture below. Burro’s Tails need a lot of light but no direct, hot sun for prolonged periods of time. I sprinkle them on top of the soil surrounding the new cuttings. Thank you in advance for any advice! I live in Montana and have had burro’s tail for years and it thrives as far as growth but never blooms. I live 70 miles north of Santa Barbara and have had both of my donkey tails for 31 years. Those spots could be one of 2 things: sunburn or too much water. is there someone i could email a picture of my burro’s tail and you could give me suggestions, i have had it for at least 4 years and havent done anything with it i feel bad because my house is full of plants and they all get full attention but this poor thing has been neglected it is still doing good, a few vines, they are probably 30 inches long lol maybe a bigger pot? Can you see the stem exposed between those plump little leaves? Once you find the stem(s) you’ll be cutting, I want you to pretend you’re about to cradle the arm of a newborn baby. I started putting it by a skylight window where it gets lots of sun all day. Propagating from leaves is the easiest. Propagating burros tail. Darlene from Sacramento Ca. in spring with worm castings or a balanced liquid houseplant fertilizer. Sorry if this sounds daft but I’m a real newby at this. Nell. Give it bright light but no direct afternoon sun. Keep it on the dry side. Leave the dropped leaves out of water and soil for a few days for them to harden at the bottom. Try to handle the root ball more than the plant if you can. The plant can be propagated from stem or leaf cuttings. Mine usually start to trail at about 5″ when planted at the edge of the pot. These succulents make great trailing plants on their own or in an arrangement. Your cost for the products will be no higher but Joy Us garden receives a small commission. Nell. Nell. Jun 6, 2019 - grow burros tail succulent from leaf cuttings I can’t get my Burros tail to propagate and it’s killing me! Q. Propagating burro’s tail. I started a few burro's tail (sedum morganianum) babies from fallen leaves. Holding it’s weight while also wrapping your fingers around the leaves, you can lift it up and make your cut between the leaves right at the exposed stem letting the cutting gently fall into your cradled hand. Other succulents are much more flexible. 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. Some people confuse symptoms of overwatering with under watering. Hi! One of the most fun plants around, this succulent is simple to grow. The sign up for our monthly newsletter is at the top of our website or at the bottom of each blog post. Pruning And Propagating A Burro’s Tail Succulent. Nell. Here are things to know & steps to take when pruning & propagating one. Or do the leaves fall off and produce new plants in the planter? Hang the planter near a window (but away […], Your email address will not be published. they haven’t grown any either. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience of gardening. . Also, Burro’s Tail doesn’t like extreme heat. Add sunlight was the first thing I did. Hi Richard – Thank you. Hi Obi – If the white spots are coming off, then they’re most likely mealy bugs. You can get your own burros tail, A Summer Centerpiece With Silk Flowers You Can Make Ahead ». If it’s close to or up against the glass, it may be too hot. 2) the wind – the leaves fall off these plants rather easily so a strong wind can do it. It hasn’t improved. 8 8. comments. They are plant based, organic and honestly, the most transformative fertilizer I’ve used. I neglected it for a bit but really started taking care of it back in April. Our average summer temps are in the mid to high 70’s which is ideal for the Burro’s Tail. Should I do anything special so it fixes itself? You do this by sitting the cutting in the soil. Hope that helps! It is of course an indoor plant here but gets long hours of sun in the summer but limited hours of sun in the winter. Before you can prune & propagate Burro’s Tail, you’ll need to gather your equipment. Archived. To get more Tales growing do I have to propagate more, or will more tails start to grow? You may have to do the same in the spring & give it fresh succulent & cactus mix. And, you’re most welcome! I can tell you that they VERY rarely bloom indoors so you probably won’t see any unless you move to a climate where they can grow outdoors year round. If you want to purchase Burro’s Tail Plant online, give this listing a try.. the leaves some times wrinkle up and then drop.. the stems that I put into the soil are hard and dry when I tried to repot. This succulent tender perennial does best in bright light and can be moved outdoors during the growing season. Backyard would be great for bright shade but no protection from rain. Winter lows were generally around 40 degrees but it could dip into the high 30’s. 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. The Sedums you’ll see are Burro’s Tail Sedum, Copper Stonecrop and Pork and Beans or Jelly Bean […], […] Burro’s Tail thrives indoors where temperatures remain around the 70s. Yes, any plant will elongate in low & get “sparser” in lower than ideal light conditions. In the process, many leaves fell, so I gave those leaves a new pot for it to root into new donkey tails. Nell. Thank you! Sedum Morganianum are among the most delicate and fragile of leaves, which is why I’m here to walk you through a few simple steps and (hopefully) keep your plant intact and happy! 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