described by the German hybridizer Wilhelm Pawlas as large, light mauve flowers. Description by McM&H 1995: 94, does not correspond with Pawlas' description.
Die Gartenwelt: IV, No. 20 Feb. 1900; SRL Team
this was an early S. truncata. Growth habit was described robust and squat (cascading) with dentated phylloclades. Numerous bud formation initiates in October with flowering lasting from early November until the end of December. reported to be free flowering. This particular cultivar was started from seed about 1894 or 1895. It was selected from 10 seedlings. In the second year of growth it was grafted on a Pereskia with success.