Rebutia is a genus in the family Cactaceae, native to Bolivia and Argentina. They are generally small, colourful cacti, globular in form, which freely produce flowers that are relatively large in relation to the body. They have no distinctive ribs, but do have regularly arranged small tubercles. They are considered fairly easy to grow and they may produce large quantities of seeds that germinate freely around the parent plant.
Mound-forming plant with bristly white spines. Startling bright orange flowers, funnel-shaped, 4.5 cm. long, 4 cm diameter from the base of the stems. Flowers are produced profusely in spring, and remain open for up to six days.
USDA Zone - 9
Season to sow - Spring
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