Rebutia narvaecensis
Rebutia narvaecensis
Rebutia narvaecensis is still often seen in collections under the name R. espinosae. Rebutia flowers come in many colours, predominantly oranges and reds, as well as yellow, pinks (from shocking pink to very pale shades) and white, but Rebutia narvaecensis has probably got the most delicate and beautifully coloured flowers - their pink and white petals look so crisp and clean and are nicely enhanced by the yellow flower parts.

Photograph by : John Ellis

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