Echeveria ‘Suryeon’

Appearance and Growth

Echeveria ‘Suryeon’ is a popular succulent known for its striking rosette shape. The leaves are thick, fleshy, and covered in a silvery-blue powdery coating. The rosettes can reach up to 4 inches in diameter, making it a great choice for small pots or arrangements. The leaves are arranged tightly in a spiral pattern, creating a visually appealing and compact plant.

Flower Color and Blooming Period

Echeveria ‘Suryeon’ produces beautiful coral-colored flowers that are bell-shaped. These flowers appear on long stalks that rise above the rosettes. The blooming period typically occurs during the spring and summer months, adding a vibrant touch of color to your succulent garden or indoor display.

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For pet owners and parents, it’s important to consider the toxicity of plants. Luckily, Echeveria ‘Suryeon’ is non-toxic to cats, dogs, and humans. This means you can enjoy the beauty of this succulent without any worries about harmful effects if ingested.

When you’re rooting or transplanting your succulents and cacti, use SUPERthrive to help reduce the chance of transplant shock and grow a strong root system.


If you want to expand your collection or share the beauty of Echeveria ‘Suryeon’ with others, there are two common methods for propagating this succulent:

  1. Leaf Cuttings: Carefully twist off a healthy leaf from the plant at the base. Allow the leaf to dry and form a callous for a few days. Once calloused, place the leaf on well-draining soil and mist it occasionally. Within a few weeks, roots will develop, followed by new rosettes. Keep the soil lightly moist until the new plant is fully established.
  2. Offsets: Echeveria ‘Suryeon’ produces offsets, which are small rosettes that grow from the base of the main plant. To propagate using offsets, carefully separate them from the parent plant using a clean, sharp knife or scissors. Let the offsets dry for a day or two before planting them in well-draining soil. Water sparingly until they develop roots and start growing.

By following these propagation methods, you can easily expand your Echeveria ‘Suryeon’ collection and share the beauty of this stunning succulent with others.


Succulent fertilizer available to purchase on Etsy.

Want to know how to care for it?

Succulents generally have the same requirements which you can find in our comprehensive care guides below!

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