Lighting: Bright, Indirect Light - Direct Light
Water: Once every 10-14 days. Let soil completely dry out between waterings.
Humidity: Tolerates standard household humidity.
Native Origin: Mexico and Honduras
USDA Hardy Zone: 10 & 11
This gorgeous trailing succulent can grow to reach astonishing lengths with very little effort. Burrito's Tail makes an extremely low maintenance houseplant, needing only bright, indirect light or some direct sunlight and water every 10-14 days. Make sure to let the soil dry out completely between waterings.
Burrito's Tail make great outdoor plants, but they are not winter hardy and should be brought inside once temperatures dip below 55 degrees. Spring through Fall, your Burro's Tail can be kept in Full to Partial Shade, but make sure to not keep it in direct sunlight for long periods of time (Texas Zone 8). Water once your plant has had a chance to dry out, usually about once every 7-10 days with moderate temperatures.