Botanical Name: Morganianum
Sedum morganianum is a tropical species that has long been grown as an ornamental for its distinctive, evergreen foliage. It has several common names including burro’s tail, donkey’s tail (also a common name for the hardy perennial Euphorbia myrsinites), horse’s tail, and lamb’s tail for the resemblance of the pendulous stems to an animal’s tail. Native to southern Mexico and Honduras, this long-lived tender trailing sub-shrub is generally grown as a houseplant in most parts of North America as it is hardy only where it remains well above freezing.
Light Needs: Partial or Full Sun
Water Needs: Low
Key Feature: Pink to red blossom clusters