Botanical name: Gymnocalycium neuhuberi Family: Cactaceae (Cactus family)
Huber's Chin Cactus grow individually with gray-green, flattened spherical stems which can reach a diameter of 7 cm in height and up to 4.8 cm spread. The nine to twelve wavy ribs are arranged in a conspicuous hump. The circular to oval thereon areoles are bald. The needle-shaped, stiff, straight to slightly curved spines are yellowish. The central spines, initially there is only one individual, then there are four, are crossed. The usually nine spines are 1.5-2 cm long. The top two pairs are shorter and measure just 1.2 inches. The funnel-shaped pinkish mauve flowers have a length from 2.7-3.6 cm in diameter and reach 2.6-3.4 cm. The inverted egg-shaped fruits are dark green and reach a diameter of 1-1.2 cm and a length of 1.5-1.8 cm. Huber's Chin Cactus is native to South America, cultivated globally.
Identification credit: Anil Thakur
The flower labeled Huber's Chin Cactus is ...