Rebutia fiebrigii var. donaldiana - Donald's Red Crown
Rebutia fiebrigii var. donaldiana - Donald's Red Crown

Rebutia fiebrigii var. donaldiana - Donald's Red Crown

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Donald's red crown, a member of the Cactaceae family, is a small yet captivating cactus known for its vibrant floral displays and compact, globular form. Native to Bolivia, this species is particularly admired for its ease of care and prolific flowering habit, making it a favorite among both novice and experienced cactus enthusiasts.

The plant itself is characterized by its small, spherical to slightly elongated shape, typically reaching only a few centimeters in height and diameter. The surface of the cactus is covered in tight clusters of spines that range in color from white to pale yellow, providing a striking contrast against its dark green flesh. These spines are relatively short, wrapping around the body of the cactus, giving it a fuzzy appearance.

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