Sedum morganianum 'Burrito' is part of the Crassulaceae family and is native to Mexico. This beautiful succulent is comprised of thick trailing stems which are covered in plump green leaves.
Avoid moving this plant too much or placing in high-traffic area, as leaves detach easily from stems when disturbed but they are super easy to propagate from leaf cuttings. Allow the fallen leaves to dry out for a couple of days then lay on moist cactus soil, the small plantlets will emerge after a few days.
Pot: 14cm pot
Foilage: Approximately 15cm in length.
Secrets to success
Temperature: Average room temperature is fine, 18-23°C. During winter, 10°C as the plant is resting.
Light: These plants grow best in bright light, not direct light though.
Watering: During spring and summer water moderately, allow potting medium to dry out a little between watering. Water sparingly in winter.
Air humidity: Average humidity.
Potting mix: It likes being pot-bound in well-draining substrate.
This plant is non-toxic.