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The beautifully symmetrical, rounded stem of Rebutia krainziana features a swirling array of bumpy tubercles, topped with an oval of furry white from which a flattened array of white spines emerges. The pattern in which this variety produces offsets is just as aesthetically pleasing as the parent plant itself, as rounded offsets emerge in a ring around the base of the primary stem. Reaching only 2 inches tall and wide at maturity, this specimen is sure to upgrade the aesthetics on any sunny windowsill in your home!
Native to Argentina, Rebutia krainziana needs plenty of bright sun in order to thrive, as well as to produce its especially full displays of bright orangey red blooms during the spring and summer months! It is otherwise a very low maintenance specimen, with a thorough yet infrequent watering routine being the most critical element of its care. Porous soil within a well-draining pot, coupled with ample airflow around the stem and soil surface, will help ward off rot and pests – and protection from frosts during the winter months will avoid the chance of permanent scarring on the beautiful stems.