Rebutia steinmannii f. violacidermis Overview
Rebutia steinmannii f. violacidermis is an attractive dwarf, clump-forming perennial cacti from the Cactaceae family. It originates from Bolivia and is typically grown indoors as a houseplant. Previously known as Rebutia rauschii, this plant forms clusters of colourful purple-green, succulent stems with short black spines and showy, bright pink-purple flowers. Popular for the clumping habit and splash of floral colour. Diurnal flowers are borne near the stem bases, making members of this genus popular in temperate greenhouses or as houseplants.