Rebutias bloom easily and have relatively large daytime flowers. They come from the lower part of the stem. They are borne freely at the base of the stems and last several days.
Frost tolerance: 9b-12
Minimum avg. temperature: 45°F (8°C)
Sun exposure: Full sun to part sun
Origin: Mountains of northern Argentina.
Growth habits: Clumping, pale green flattened heads, 2.5" in diameter (6 cm), 1.4" tall (3.5 cm); tubercles in 16 to 20 rows; 0 or 1 central spine, 0.1" long (2.5 mm), 20-30 whitish very small radials.
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|Frost Tolerance||45°f (8°c)|
|Growth Rate||Fast growth|
|Scientific Name||Rebutia glacilifolia boreali|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun|