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Sedum Burrito
Sedum Burrito
Sedum Burrito
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Sedum Burrito

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Sedum burrito is a trailing succulent plant that is native to Mexico. It is also commonly known as Burro's Tail or Donkey's Tail due to its trailing stems that resemble the tail of a donkey.

Sedum burrito has thick leaves that are shaped like beans and are about 1-2 inches long. The leaves grow densely on trailing stems that can grow up to 3 feet long. The plant can produce small pink or red flowers in late summer or fall. 

It is also a great plant for beginners, as it is easy to care for and can tolerate some neglect.

Light

Sedum burrito prefers bright, indirect sunlight, but can also tolerate lower light levels. In general, it is best to avoid direct sunlight, as this can cause the leaves to burn or become sun-damaged.

You can place it near a bright window that receives indirect sunlight, such as a north or east-facing window. If you notice that the plant is becoming leggy or stretching towards the light, you can move it to a brighter location.

Water

Sedum burrito is a drought-tolerant succulent and does not require frequent watering. In fact, overwatering can be harmful to the plant and can cause root rot.

When it comes to watering, it is best to let the soil dry out completely between waterings. This can take anywhere from 1-2 weeks, depending on the environment and the size of the pot. You can check the moisture level of the soil by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil - if it feels dry, it is time to water.

When watering Sedum burrito, it is important to water the soil directly, rather than getting water on the leaves. You can do this by pouring water into the pot until it drains out the bottom, and then discarding any excess water that remains in the saucer.

Pet Friendly

Sedum burrito is generally considered non-toxic to pets, including cats and dogs. This means that if your pet ingests a small amount of the plant, it is unlikely to cause any significant harm.

Comes in a 8cm pot