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Rebutia Graft

This is a Rebutia on Echinopsis graft. The Rebutia is probably a type of Sulcorebutia. But since it will probably not bloom in a tropical climate, I have no way of properly identifying it. Anyway, the grafting process can be seen step-by-step on another page.

The second picture (above right) was taken a week after the first picture (above left). The graft was an offset plucked straight from the parent plant.

About a month after the graft was performed, growth is noticeable. The development of the graft is even more pronounced another month later, mid-July 2000.

By mid-October 2000, the Rebutia graft has completely overshadowed the stock plant. The graft is very nicely fat. Echinopsis plants should make good stock plants for Rebutia specimens.


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