Burro’s Tail propagation in Vancouver, British Columbia
The Burro’s Tail succulent, also know as Donkey’s tail, or by it’s official name; Sedum morganianum is a stunning succulent which grows like a vine. Despite it’s unusual appearance, it is in fact a succulent and therefore can be easily propagated just like any other succulent. This post tracks the progress of a very successful propagation which is grown and tracked on Instagram @mochimonster123. Before we get to the growth progress photos, see below a magnificent specimen in the Barbican Centre in London, United Kingdom. If you are interested in getting one of these to grow, they are available on Amazon link here.
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This Burro's Tail is one of the largest in the UK and I come to visit her every year at the Barbican Conservatory. She is located in the Arid House which is definitely the highlight. Besides the conservatory, the Barbican is a really awesome place and I highly recommend the architectural guided tour here. #burrostail #sedummorganianum #donkeystail #barbican #barbicancentre #barbicanconservatory
Now that we have clarified the #plantgoals, below is the growth progress.
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