Donkey Tail plant is adapted to living in arid regions. This succulent is a perennial producing trailing stems up to 60 cm long, with fleshy blue-green leaves and pink to red flowers that bloom in summer.
Mostly, the Donkey Tail plant is attractive when young, but as it matures, it loses its leaves and is left with a naked stem. But Sedum morganianum preserves its leaves with adequate care, creating a pleasing appearance. This plant contains toxic substances, so keep it away from children and pets.
The Donkey Tail plant, like other members of its genus, can last approximately 6 months without water after "drinking" a lot of it after heavy rains. The plant was discovered in the dry parts of Mexico. Succulents thrive on steep rocky rocks in nature, anchoring their roots in fissures.