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Rebutia fulviseta

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Native to the arid landscapes of Bolivia and Argentina, Rebutia fulvisetaputs on its best display in full sunlight, where the deep green, rounded stem will darken to a rich purple hue. Small, coppery spines dispersed across the surface of the stem add a shimmery effect, while rich red summertime blooms will enhance the contrast even further!

In addition to ample direct sunlight, Rebutia fulvisetarequires protection from overwatering, in the form of a thorough yet infrequent watering routine. Porous soil within a pot with ample drainage will further shield against excess moisture, as will sufficient airflow around the stem and soil surface. When these conditions are met, Rebutia fulvisetawill respond by achieving its maximum size (thought it be only a few inches!) before sending out offsets in a ring around the base of the parent plant.

Hardy only to Zone 10, be sure to take steps to avoid exposing Rebutia fulvisetato freezing temperatures, which could otherwise cause permanent scarring on the stems.

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