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Rebutia sp.     5/10/18
One difference to me of Rebutia and Sulcorebutia is that Rebutia flowers never form an obvious ring (in my hands!), but rather flower profusely and continually from early spring to late fall, scattered across the plant, often forming a complete covering blanket of flowers. If I put my Rebutias in full sun all day (9 AM- 4 PM), they stop flowering. If they get just some good sun, they tend to flower from spring through summer. Some are even winter bloomers.   (60/72)   

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