Gymnocalycium taningaense var. lukasikii
This plant is native to San Luis (Sierra Yulto, Sierra del Portezuelo, Sierra del Morro, Sierra San Luis) Argentina. This species was somewhat recently discovered in 1989. This particular plant was grown from MG seed #469.624 from Sierra del Morro, Argentina at 900m elevation and we believe the JPR acronym is for Jaroslav Procházka of the Czech Republic. Grow this plant in filtered light/light shade. Water the plant regularly during spring/summer but keep it predominately dry during the winter months. The flowers are white with a blush of pinkish/brown and some green tones.