Burro's Tail Succulent in "Copenhagen" Grey Terra Cotta
Burro's Tail Succulent in "Copenhagen" Grey Terra Cotta
Burro's Tail Succulent in "Copenhagen" Grey Terra Cotta
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Burro's Tail Succulent in "Copenhagen" Grey Terra Cotta

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Introducing our new collection... designed in Copenhagen, hand made in Tuscany, Silver Garden Co now offers our plants beautifully styled in timeless terra cotta.

The burro's tail is our most popular succulent - great in bright spots, the structure of the "tails" pairs well with the detail around the top of the Copenhagen pot. Plus the grey pot really makes the light green succulent pop.

This planter called the castle pot, since it is inspired by a pot made at the royal castle at Fredensborg in 1860.

While plants can thrive in a variety of pots, terra cotta is their favorite in-door home. 

The baked clay is porous, allowing extra water to evaporate easier, and oxygen to get to the roots. This makes for happy plants. 

The Copenhagen pot can work in-doors our outdoors. 

Succulents are easy care in the right spot! They need bright light to be happy. 

Without bright light, succulents tend to get very long and "leggy"... plus they are more susceptible to overwatering. 

But in a window or outdoor table, this burro's tail will thrive and give you cascading tails that seem to never stop growing!

Pot Dimensions: 4" tall, 3.9" wide

Care: Easy

Water: Once every 10-14 days

Light: Bright indirect, direct morning / late afternoon


Please note each pot or saucer is hand finished; some variation in color and texture should be expected. Due to the porous quality of natural clay, items will change color or patina over time to exposure to water, handling and salts found in soil.