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|elliptical shaped petals are mildly tipped. Petal bases are white, suffusing peach-pink on throats and centers. Upper areas are darker, described as RHS 34A (red orange). Tubes are white. A magenta-red style and dark magenta-pink stigma stretches just beyond the anthers. Flowers are identical to the normal form.
|elongated, narrow phylloclades average 3 small, forward facing dentations per marginal edge. Apical dentations are the largest and almost hook-like in appearance. Basal dentations are smallest. Areole notches are shallow. Phylloclades are dark green with a wide creamy-white margin of variegation. Amount of variegation can vary on individual phylloclades.
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