Scientific Name: Sedum Morganianum-succulent family
The donkey’s tail succulent (Sedum Morganianum) is a popular and easy-to-grow trailing succulent with rows of fleshy, tear-drop shaped leaves. This plant is also commonly known as lamb’s tail, burro’s tail, or horse’s tail. Some other closely related Sedum varieties may also be known by any of these names. These succulents make excellent hanging plants or they can be used as trailers (a plant with only one root that creeps along the surface) in small pots.
Growing burro’s tail provides fascinating texture as a graceful houseplant or lush green exterior plant in many landscape situations.
A mature specimen might have branches up to 2 feet (60 cm) long, with dozens of grey-green, plump leaves lined up like droplets. Flowers readily emerge in late summer in hanging clusters of small blossoms in red, yellow or white.
Age old and Traditional still life set up for students drawing and painting exercise for the visual arts departments. Also, for photographers this still life setup is a wonderful object to photograph as the varying light, colors and shadows will be a challenging task to get the correct exposure.