Burro's tail is an eye-catching, flowering succulent. Its lush, textured exterior grows into long sweeping stems with fleshy leaves. It's a hardy plant in terms of care requirements but is somewhat physically fragile. Leaves are known to drop when being handled; however, try putting those fallen leaves back in the pot. They might grow into new stems!
Burro's Tail likes lots of sun but not intense heat. Place it in an area where it can receive direct morning sun or indirect afternoon sun.
- Plants that require medium to high light will grow best where they can receive filtered afternoon sun or direct morning sunlight. They make the perfect plants for any well-lit room in your house.
- Low water plants only need watering once a week or once every two weeks. Allow the soil to dry completely before the next watering.