|Full Description: Species REBUTIA MINUSCULA-(Red Crown Cactus). Has a 1-1/2 to 2" diameter red/org blooms in abundance during the warm season.Blooms freely,Growth is clumping with 2-3" diameter growth 2" tall. Gets many pups so its easy to have a large sets of blooms on several at once.Cannot go below freezing temps. Full to part sun exposure, occasional water.|
Synonym: Lobivia senilis, Rebutia graciliflora, Rebutia xanthocarpa, Rebutia minuscula ssp. grandiflora, Rebutia minuscula var. grandiflora, Rebutia grandiflora, Rebutia calliantha var. kariusiana, Rebutia senilis, Lobivia chrysacantha, Rebutia minuscula, Rebutia chrysacantha, Rebutia senilis var. chrysacantha, Rebutia violaciflora var. carminea, Rebutia senilis var. chrysacantha, Rebutia carminea, Echinocactus minusculus, Echinopsis minuscula, Eurebutia minuscula, Lobivia minuscula, Rebutia kariusiana
This species origonates from the Mountains of northern Argentina, 5000 to over 10000 feet elevation (1500 to over 3000m).
NOTES: THE PUPS/OFFSETS OFFERED HERE WERE GARDEN CULTIVATED AND WERE NOT REMOVED FROM THERE NATIVE HABITAT.
This variety is a smaller variety which averages only 3 to 4" diameter maximum when fully mature, pups offered are rooted, blooming sized and average 2" to 3" in diameter, as the growth is very small.