-About Echeveria 'Suyon'-
Echeveria 'Suyon', a famous Korean hybrids Echeveria, with bright red color in the cold season. Very beautiful, best plants for home decoration, DIY terrarium projects, and wedding favor. The single head size is about 3 ~ 4 cm, the leaves are in the shape of a spoon, and the tip of the leaf is dark red. Echeveria Suyon and Echeveria Big Red share a similar appearance, but upon closer inspection of their leaves, you'll notice that Echeveria Big Red is larger and wider. Interestingly, under the influence of environmental factors, Echeveria Suyon has the potential to revert back to the characteristics of Echeveria Big Red. Click here to learn more about succulent reversion.
-How to care for Echeveria 'Suyon'-
Sun/Location: Like most Echeverias, Echeveria 'Suyon' requires indirect bright sunlight to maintain its color and shape form. It can be placed outdoors in spring and fall to get full sunlight. Due to their thin leaves, this particular succulent is highly susceptible to sunburn, resulting in unsightly spots on the foliage. So shade is required in summer to avoid sunburn. In winter, protection from frost is needed. Click here to learn how to prepare succulent before summer.
Soil/Pot: To ensure the health of succulents, they need porous, well-draining soil to live in. To create an adequate cactus mix, add pumice, perlite, or grit to cactus soil to provide the proper drainage.
Watering: Succulents require little watering but don't like to sit in wet soil. The best way of watering is the soak and dry method. Water thoroughly when the soil is dry. Summer is a challenging season for succulents, and it's crucial to provide them with the right care. It's recommended to water them during cooler weather, typically in the early morning or evening. When caring for indoor succulents, ensure proper ventilation after watering. It's important to note that during winter, Echeveria and other similar succulents go into a dormant phase, and it's best to avoid watering them during this period.
Aesthetic Value: The clustered growth habit of Echeveria Suyon results in mature plants resembling ancient succulent tree, which adds to its visual appeal. Coupled with its vibrant red leaves, this succulent exhibits a high level of ornamental value. Click here to learn how to care for succulent tree.
Primary color: green/lime
Secondary color: pink
Bloom color: purplish-red to red
Cold hardiness: zone 10 (30F)
Product format: rooted in 4'' pot
Suitability: balcony, Window, Garden
Special characteristic: pet safe