Sedum Morganium (Donkey's Tail), Drought Tolerant Plants

Sedum Morganium, more commonly known as the “Donkey’s Tail” can be thought of as a common plant. Here at Orange County Succulents we pride ourselves in doing the common, uncommonly well. To an untrained eye a donkeys tail is a donkeys tail, but to us we see so much more than that. Each plant is categorized by plants per pot (ppp). It’s like comparing two different animals, or apples to oranges, they just aren’t in the same league. Our goal is to make successful gardens from the beginning stages of propagation with our cuttings. Save money by using fewer plants, start with a plant that has more plants per pot from the beginning. Ask your local grower not only how much a plant costs, but how many plants are in the pot, there is much more to the value of the plant than the pot size.


More Succulent Tips

Aptenia Cordifolia Variegata

Read More

Succulent Leaves

Succulent Leaves Have you ever taken a close look at the leaves on your succulents? They can tell you a lot about themselves. While all succulents tend to have a more “plump” appearance, some do more than others. A good, general, guideline with succulents is to water...
Read More

Medicinal Aloe

Read More

Irvine Heat Wave – Aeoniums React

Read More

Blue Sky Echeveria

Read More

Jade Succulents

Read More

Anacampseros Sunrise

Read More

Mexican Feather Grass – Dasylirion Longissimum

Mexican Feather Grass - Dasylirion Longissimum Just recently received two, beautiful, 20G Dasylirion Longissimum, the “Mexican Feather Grass” each with a foot plus of trunk. Want to Learn More? Contact Us Visit Us Today See...
Read More

Alluadia Procera (Madagascan Ocotillo)

Read More

Agave Guiengola ‘Creme Brulee’

Read More

Visit Us Today

See Locations

Want to Learn more?

Contact Us