large, open, slightly zygomorphic flowers have white centers suffusing to a carmine pink tips typical of the orssichiana species. Backs of petals exhibit a light yellow central stripe, not uncommon in S, orssichiana. Tube is short and white. Filaments are white with yellow anthers. The magenta-pink stigma is multi-lobed, typical for the species. Pericarpels (pods) are angular.
this orssichiana cultivar is unique because of its upright growth habit in contrast to the other ORSS forms which are a cascading in habit. Phylloclades are large, typical for the species. The orssichiana trait for extra apical dentition is also found in 'Russ Driskill'.