Three pots of Sedum morganianum (aka Burro tail) are thriving on the front porch in mostly shade. These plants have slightly fatter stems than Donkey tail. Both are delicate and drop leaves easily when disturbed, but these pots could really use a trimming. The cuttings are stripped of leaves for a few inches on the end and can be potted up to make a new plant or can be added to existing pots, by first poking a hole with a stick or skewer .
The leaves can be also sprouted into new plants by laying on top of the soil in a flat or 6-packs.