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Sedum Morganianum: How to take care of your Donkey Tail succulent

Donkey Tail succulents, also known as Sedum Morganianum or Burro's Tail, are charming and easy-to-care-for plants with trailing stems covered in plump, teardrop-shaped leaves. To keep your Donkey Tail succulent healthy and thriving, follow these easy and informative care guidelines: Light:    - Donkey Tail succulents prefer bright, indirect sunlight. A few hours of direct morning sunlight is beneficial, but intense afternoon sun can scorch their delicate leaves.    - If you're growing your succulent indoors, place it near a south or west-facing window. Soil:    - Use a well-draining succulent or cactus mix . You can also add perlite or sand to improve drainage.    - Ensure the pot has drainage holes to prevent water from pooling at the bottom. Watering:    - Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings. Overwatering is a common issue with succulents and can lead to root rot.    - Water thoroughly when the top inch of the soil is dry, and let excess water drain away.  

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