A Donkey’s Tail plant needs at least four hours of sun or very bright light every day. If it gets insufficient light the new growth will be small, pale, and weak This would be ideal for a southern or western facing space.
Succulent Plants need to dry out before you water and a Donkey’s Tail plant is no exception. Water well and then do not water again until the soil has thoroughly dried out. Over-watering a Donkey's Tail plant or any Succulent Plant is the easiest way to kill it. The leaves of the plant should be flat and even a little wrinkled before you water. A Donkey’s Tail plant takes even less water in the winter when it is “resting.”
The 4" comes in a 4" plastic nursery pot.
The 6" comes in a 6" plastic nursery pot.
Pictured here with a 6" Cabo Planter