This unique succulent, native to Mexico, is a favorite of indoor gardeners. The pendant stems can reach up to three feet (90 cm) long and look stunning dangling from a hanging basket or cascading over the sides of a large planter. ‘Burrito’ closely resembles its relative, Burro’s Tail, only with smaller, rounded leaves. Creeping Sedum can be grown outdoors in the summer and brought back inside when temperatures are expected to fall below 50 degrees F (10 degrees C). Can be grown outdoors year-round in frost-free climates, in a pot or in the ground.
Perfect on its own or as an addition to a hanging pot. Likes lots of sunlight. A south or west-facing window is ideal. Makes a great gift plant especially for those inexperienced with houseplants.