|pod parent unknown
|pollen parent unknown
|small. white, very open-faced, zygomorphic flowers have a faint peach hue to the dorsal side of petals. Elliptical petals appear narrow and sharply tipped. Tube is white and appears slightly shorter than normal. Style is magenta red with a magenta-pink stigma carried above the yellow pollen coated anthers. Lower halves of the filaments are pink, upper halves are white. Mature buds are long, with acute tips. Bud color is white with an interesting peach flush. Pods (Ovary receptacles) are ridged. Like the majority of white flowered Schlumbergera, flowers are probably temperature sensitive.
|growth habit is loose and cascading. Narrow phylloclades have small apial dentation. Side axils are smooth or carry 1-2 rudimentary, forward facing dentation per margin. Phylloclades can exhibit an extra apial tooth which suggests S. orssichianna genes in the background of this cultivar. Named by the hybridizer after his grandma and his daughter. His grandma got the hybrizer into cactus at a very early age.