medium to almost large, double, pendant flowers display sharply tipped petals. Petals are white from bases to mid centers encompassed by a bright yellow margin. Upper centers and apexes are bright yellow. Petals carry a thin, orange-red pencil line on the lower edges. Basal petals appear solid yellow, edged with a thin, pencil line of pink. A small, single notch occurs on the upper side of some petals. Stamens are few in number. Petal count is lower compared to many doubles, but higher than a normal flower. A long, sturdy style and dark magenta-pink stigma appear functional in form, unlike the atypical, thickened, flattened or twisted styles of some doubles.
medium size phylloclades have 3-4 moderately size, forward facing, sharply pointed dentations per marginal edge. Areole notches vary from slightly steep to shallow. Growth habit appears to be semi-upright, likely becoming pendant with age.