Burro’s tail cactus (Sedum morganianum) is not technically a cactus but a succulent; although all cacti are succulents, not all succulents are cactus. Burro’s tail is a heat- and drought-tolerant plant, with thick stems appearing woven or plaited with leaves that are fragile and quick to drop. The colouring can be green to gray green or even blue green, and may have a slight chalky look.
Plant burro's tail in a well-draining soil/container using commercial cactus mix soil, or by making your own well-draining soil mixture by combining equal parts perlite or pumice and potting soil. Soak its soil thoroughly and do not water it again until the topsoil dries out completely, especially when kept indoors because overwatering will result in rot.
Burro’s tail love to bask in the partial sun or bright shade, loving the bright light for 4 hours. The scorching sun will burn it, but morning sunlight will allow for better growth.