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 here.
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.
If you are interested in succulent propagation you might also be interested in our post on Lola succulent propagation and also Echeveria Succulent propagation. They make excellent and memorable gifts, for more gift ideas see our post on gift ideas
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