Put all my burro’s tail into one pot, really excited about all the tiny babies and new offshoots !
Last photo shows the different leaf sizes - the biggest leaves when I first got it, then suddenly a bunch of smaller ones, and finally the “default” size/shape that all of them tend to settle on in the end. I wonder what they grow like that !
Sedum morganianum (burro’s tail) is a very fragile succulent plant. the leaves are loosely attached to trailing stems, and the slightest bump will often cause a few to break off. if this happens, just throw them into some fast-draining dirt and they will eventually root and grow new plants. i often just toss mine back in the pot with the mother plant, which you can see here. under the main plant is a small forest of baby plants.