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Rebutia 'Sunrise'

Rebutia 'Sunrise'


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Rebutia 'Sunrise'

Rebutia 'Sunrise' is an attractive cactus with stems tightly covered by appressed spines reminding of R. heliosa and lovely fresh pink…


Rebutia

Family: Cactaceae (kak-TAY-see-ee) (Info)
Genus: Rebutia (ray-BEW-tee-uh) (Info)
Species: canigueralii
Synonym:Rebutia canigueralii subsp. canigueralii
Synonym:Sulcorebutia tarabucoensis
Synonym:Sulcorebutia vasqueziana
Synonym:Sulcorebutia zavaletae

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Drought-tolerant suitable for xeriscaping

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USDA Zone 9b: to -3.8 °C (25 °F)

USDA Zone 10a: to -1.1 °C (30 °F)

USDA Zone 10b: to 1.7 °C (35 °F)

USDA Zone 11: above 4.5 °C (40 °F)

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Can be grown as an annual

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Allow cut surface to callous over before planting

From seed direct sow after last frost

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Allow unblemished fruit to ripen clean and dry seeds

Unblemished fruit must be significantly overripe before harvesting seed clean and dry seeds

Regional

This plant is said to grow outdoors in the following regions:

Gardeners' Notes:

On Nov 14, 2005, Xenomorf from Phoenix, AZ (Zone 9b) wrote:

Here are more synonyms of Rebutia canigueralii. Some of which 'might' at some time in the future become a cultivar, subspecies, variety or forma of the species.
Synonyms: Weingartia rubro-aurea, Weingartia pasopayana, Weingartia perplexiflora, Weingartia tarabucina, Weingartia tarabucoensis, Weingartia zavaletae, Weingartia albaoides subsp. subfusca, Weingartia rauschii, Weingartia alba, Weingartia aureispina, Weingartia brevispina, Weingartia frankiana, Weingartia inflexiseta, Weingartia albaoides, Weingartia caracarensis, Weingartia saxatilis, Weingartia ritteri, Weingartia losenickyana, Sulcorebutia losenickyana, Sulcorebutia verticillacantha var. losenickyana, Sulcorebutia pasopayana, Sulcorebutia perplexiflora, Sulcorebutia verticillacantha var. ritteri, Sulcorebutia rubroau. read more rea, Sulcorebutia ritteri, Sulcorebutia alba, Sulcorebutia albaoides, Sulcorebutia frankiana var. aureispina, Sulcorebutia inflexiseta, Sulcorebutia frankiana, Sulcorebutia fischeriana, Sulcorebutia caracarensis, Sulcorebutia verticillacantha, Sulcorebutia brevispina, Aylostera zavaletae, Rebutia inflexiseta & Rebutia caracarensis

On Mar 3, 2004, palmbob from Acton, CA (Zone 8b) wrote:

great looking ornamental cactus from Bolivia- several cultivars available with either purple coloration or colorful small spines. I have had this plant for years, but it finally rotted on me (probably watered when I shouldn't have). Very slow growing but a great looking clumper- dark to light green small spheres with barely any spines (a user-friendly species) that does great in a window sill, though appreciates sun when it can get it. But a bit too cold for my climate (9b)- trouble with it outdoors, too.


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General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit: Cactus/Succulent
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Water Preferences: Dry Mesic
Dry
Soil pH Preferences: Slightly acid (6.1 – 6.5)
Neutral (6.6 – 7.3)
Minimum cold hardiness: Zone 9b -3.9 °C (25 °F) to -1.1 °C (30 °F)
Fruit: Dehiscent
Flowers: Showy
Flower Color: Bi-Color: Cream with magenta streaks
Bloom Size: Under 1"
1"-2"
Suitable Locations: Xeriscapic
Houseplant
Resistances: Drought tolerant
Containers: Suitable in 1 gallon
Needs excellent drainage in pots
Miscellaneous: Tolerates poor soil
With thorns/spines/prickles/teeth
Parentage : Rebutia pulvinosa subsp. albiflora x Rebutia heliosa

One of the smaller cultivars of Rebutia. Has small white-cream colored flowers, sometimes with pink streaks along the length of the petal. Sometimes its lower petals may be darker/have an orange tint. It clumps, sometimes prolifically.
An undesirable feature of this cultivar is that it has weak roots -- rot prone, shallow, slow growing, and mechanically vulnerable.

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Crown Cactus: Growing Rebutia Cacti

Commonly called crown cacti, the Rebutia genus includes some of the most popular and easiest to grow cacti, making them perfect for beginners. These plants are native to high elevations in South America, where they grow in clusters on the mountains. They are frequent bloomers and readily send out offshoots, so even plants only two or three years old will form an attractive cluster of small plants. Their flowers typically emerge from the base of the plant or between individual plants in the same cluster, as opposed to the crown of the plant. In terms of culture, they are not particularly difficult and like bright light and light moisture.


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