|small, pendant, short tube, ruby red flowers (RHS 64A) have wide petals with blunt to mildly tipped apexes. Petal bases are silvery white flushed with magenta red. Ventral petals are recurved. Tubes are white flushed with magenta pink. Ovary receptacles are ridged. Flowers are identical in form and color to the original 'Noris'.
|initially upright growth habit becomes pendant with maturity. Dark green, crenate phylloclades have variegated margins of cream and some carry small areas of grey-green. Phylloclades can be totally without chlorophyll pigment. Others can revert to the normal green. Some phylloclades exhibit small, rudimentary apical dentations. Areole notches are very shallow, numbering 1-2 along each marginal edge. This charming sport of Alfred Graser's original is hardy and one of the easier variegates in cultivation.