Thursday, January 28, 2010

Rebutia narvaecense

Yes, I'm cheating. I didn't take this picture today. I did actually remember to take the camera with me when I was working in the greenhouses today, but it's still out in the greenhouse! So...back to the archives from a photo taken in June of 2008 of Rebutia narvaecense in flower. And I mean in flower!

We've been having some very Fall like weather this week...dry, temps in the 50s (F), but it's far too early to be able to enjoy these flowers this year. The photo will have to do. Tomorrow I'll have some photos from now!
Like most Rebutias, R. narvaecense is quite easy to grow and flower. Good drainage, dry rest period, and normal cactus care in general is all it takes.

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