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Beginners choice


Rebutia collectionBelow are some easy grown species suitable for the windowsill or small greenhouse. We have a huge number of varieties in our catalogue and for a beginner it is not always easy to know what to start with. All of the selected species below are easily grown from seed and some of them can flower even if grown indoors. For best flowering, give a cooler winter and less water.

Spring/summer: Water 2-4 times per month, depending on temp/weather.
Autumn: Give less water when the days get shorter and temp's is falling.
Winter: If grown in normal room temperature, water just once a month. Give more as the days get longer and temperature is rising.

Easy grown plants!

Gymnocalycium bruchii ssp. deminii  MN 80 (Capilla del Monte, Arg)
first found by me in 1986, described in 2016. From windy grass covered hills E of Capilla del...
Seti-echinopsis mirabilis
small finger-sized brown body, long straight spines, slender and long nocturnal flowers, white...
Echinopsis ancistrophora MN 201 (Campo Quijano, Km 30, Arg)
white flowers in different lengths, 10-15 cm. (20 st/seeds/samen)
Rebutia donaldiana Lau 348 (Pucara, Bol)
fresh green, red-brown sp, orange fl (20 st/seeds/samen)
Rebutia violaciflora  WR 681 (Yacones, Arg)
violet fl, classical (20 st/seeds/samen)
Gymnocalycium neuhuberi GN 77/356
very nice new species with pink fl on spiny plants (20 st/seeds/samen)
Echinopsis leucantha  TB 323.1 (Carpinteria, 603m, San Juan, Argentina)
large green body, cylindrical, stout long spines pointing upwards, long white flower (20...
Rebutia minuscula 'xanthocarpa v. salmonea'
pale salmon orange fl, really nice (20 st/seeds/samen)
Acanthocalycium thionanthum 'catamarcense griseum' TB 355.1 (Punta de Balasto, 2210m, Catamarca, Argentina)
greyish waxy epidermis, small globular, grey to black stout spines, yellow flowers (20...
Echinopsis mamillosa 'flexilis' MN 179 (Iruya, Arg)
rather big plants, yellowish spines, long violet-pink to white flowers (20 st/seeds/samen)

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