I came across this plant, while searching for another plant. I have no clue as to what kind of plant this is. Also, wondering if it's a houseplant as well.
This is the burrow tail sedum or Sedum morganianum. This succulent plant is native to Mexico and Central America and is considered a perennial there. In areas where the temperature consistently gets below zero it is a houseplant.
The requirements are:
- high light (south facing window usually)
- free draining soil
- a clay pot is preferred as the weight will help stabilize the long tails that grow over the edge of the pot.
- reduce watering during the winter months
- the tails can get very long so place it where they can hang several feet down or more
- it propagates extremely easily, any piece of the tail if left on top of soil will root and grow
- never seen any insect or virus/fungus/bacteria problems
- do not overwater