Sedum Burrito is a mysterious plant as less is known about its origin and hence it is predicted that it belongs to somewhere around Mexico. However, with its popularity and ornamental looks, it is now quite popular among garden lovers. The succulent is lovely with trailing stems which are densely packed with fleshy blue-green to grey-green leaves that are usually covered with a powdery bloom. Leaves are beautiful and are bean-shaped with a length of 1.5 cm and a width of around 0.7 cm. Flowers are star-shaped and pink with deeper pink irregular lines and yellow anthers which makes this an absolute pleasure to look at. Also, these flowers usually appear in the season of spring. However, coming to the literal meaning of the plant. It is actually derived from the Spanish word burro, which means small donkey. Isn’t it funny?
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