Rebutia fiebrigii var. albipilosa
Rebutia fiebrigii var. albipilosa

Rebutia fiebrigii var. albipilosa

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Rebutia fiebrigii var. albipilosa is a charming and compact cactus, native to the mountainous regions of Bolivia. It belongs to the Rebutia genus, known for its small size and showy flowers. This particular species is cherished in the cactus community for its distinctive appearance and ease of cultivation.

The cactus itself is small and globular, typically growing only a few inches in height and diameter. Its most striking feature is the abundance of white, hair-like spines that cover its surface, giving it a soft and fuzzy appearance. These delicate spines provide a stunning contrast against the dark green of the cactus body. The spherical shape and dense spination make R. fiebrigii var. albipilosa a visually interesting specimen in any collection.

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