donkey's tail

noun
variants: or

donkey tail

Definition of donkey's tail

  1. :  burro's tail S. morganianum, or donkey's tail, is an ideal sedum with curious, plump, light-green leaves tightly clustered on hanging stems and pink-to-purple-red blooms. — Kathy Huber, Houston Chronicle, 27 Sept. 2003

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1920

First Known Use of donkey's tail

1920


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