open, zygomorphic, creamy white flowers have wide, elliptical petals with sharply pointed tips. Petals have mild recurve on the ventral petals. Magenta-red style carries a dark magenta-pink stigma extending just beyond the anthers. The flower is very temperature sensitive, turning light pink. Acute tipped buds are pale creamy green turning creamy white with maturity. Flowers appear large for the size of the plant.
small, medium green, almost square phylloclades exhibit insignificant marginal axils. Some phylloclades display a tendency to cup. Minute, distinct bristles are present on each phylloclade apex and on the shallow marginal axils. Growth habit is compact, diminutive, initially upright, becoming semi-pendant with time. This cultivar was named for good friend and Schlumbergera enthusiast Carol Abbott from Colorado, USA.