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Colours of Summer

Hello darlings! I know, I know: I promised I would have written more often, and I didn't - I'm an awful blogger. Truth is, I'm always too busy, and when I happen to have some free time, blogland is not really my priority. Neither are crochet and knitting, these days, to be honest: weekends out on the mountains and my cacti are, so I thought I'd share with you all some of my best loved ones, Rebutias. They're one of the species I love the most: they're small, cute, often clumping plants, with wonderful and colourful flowers. They come from the mountains of Bolivia and Argentina, and their marvelous flowers announce that Summer is coming. So let me wish you a very happy warm season with these cuties. Now, no more words: let the cacti talk!
Rebutia albiflora
Rebutia cv 'Sunrise'
Rebutia eos
 Rebutia canacruzensis
Rebutia haagei R 689
Rebutia pygmaea var. pectinata LAU 431, El Aquilar, 4000 m
Rebutia pygmaea v. iscayachensis RH 119 A, Iscayachi, Tarija, 3600 m