Echeveria Moranii

Appearance and Growth

Echeveria Moranii is a stunning succulent that will capture the attention of any succulent enthusiast. It has distinct characteristics that make it unique:

  • Rosettes: Echeveria Moranii forms rosettes of greyish-green leaves with maroon margins, keels, pointed tips, and scattered spots on the lower surface.
  • Stems: The stems of Echeveria Moranii can be simple or multi-branching, reaching up to 1.2 inches tall and 0.3 inches in diameter.
  • Leaves: The leaves are thick, fleshy, and spoon-shaped, measuring up to 2.4 inches long, 1.2 inches wide, and 0.35 inches thick.
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Flower Color and Blooming

Echeveria Moranii blooms with bell-shaped flowers that exhibit beautiful colors:

  • Outer Color: The flowers are peach-red to coral red or scarlet on the outside.
  • Inner Color: The inside of the flowers is pale orange.
  • Blooming Period: During the summer, Echeveria Moranii sends up one or two flower stalks that tend to bend and grow horizontally. These stalks can reach up to 20 inches in length.


The great news for pet owners and succulent lovers is that Echeveria Moranii is non-toxic to cats, dogs, and people. You can safely enjoy the beauty of this succulent without worrying about any harmful effects on your loved ones.


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Propagation Methods

If you want to expand your collection of Echeveria Moranii or share it with others, there are a few propagation methods you can try:

  1. Offsets: Echeveria Moranii produces offsets, also known as “pups,” from its main stem. These offsets can be separated and propagated as individual plants. Wait until the offsets are at least two centimeters in diameter before separating them from the parent plant.
  2. Leaf Cuttings: Another way to propagate Echeveria Moranii is through leaf cuttings. Gently pluck a leaf from the stem, making sure not to damage it. Allow the leaf to callous over for a few days, then place it on top of a propagation medium with the u-shaped end facing downward. Keep the leaf in indirect light or use a grow light. Roots should sprout in two to four weeks, followed by new tiny leaves.

Remember to provide the right conditions and be patient for successful propagation. With these methods, you can expand your collection of Echeveria Moranii and share its beauty with others.

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.

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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