Sedum burrito (aka Sedum morganianum 'Burrito') is one of the best-loved trailing soft succulents. Its stems grow up to 3.0' long and are covered with bead-like, green leaves. It resembles its relative, Burro's Tail, but with shorter, rounded leaves.
Burrito thrives in hanging containers with drainage holes and chunky, gritty soil and needs plenty of sunlight! Protect from frost, but can tolerate drought and neglect. Water deeply when the soil is completely dry.
Leaves of this variety can fall off easily, but leaves and stem sections are easy to propagate by placing them back in the pot to regrow new roots. With years of growth, it can form a long, dense cascade. S. morganianum does not bloom dependably, but it can produce pink flowers at the tips of the stems in spring.
LIGHT: Part-sun to bright shade.
WATER: Water when soil is dry.