Donkey's tail is a popular succulent with rows of fleshy, tear-drop shaped leaves, blue-green in color. Native to Honduras and Mexico, mature specimens grow slow and steady but can reach trailing lengths of up to 4 feet long in six years' time (though the average length is closer to 24 inches).
This is a very mature donkey tail and is very full and long.
Comes in a 8" hanging basket
Keep in indirect to direct bright light
Water every 10-14 days (when the first inch of the soil dries)
When it comes to watering your donkey's tail succulent, less is more. Like many succulents, donkey's tail is drought resistant once established, so you'll want to water it more frequently during its spring and summer growing season, then taper off throughout the fall and winter months. Generally, opt for a single heavy watering each month if your plant is indoors, increasing to once every two or three weeks if you're housing your succulent outdoors. A good rule of thumb: The soil of your succulent should dry out completely in-between waterings.