Don Beadle’s cultivar of ‘Caramba’ x ‘De Nada Rojo’ is a tall, tubular, flared rosette to 20 or so inches tall, with a light green background color that turns white with age, covered with net-like reticulations of red. A very unusual color and pattern that is reminiscent of snake skin. The pattern of dots that forms the reticulated pattern will often form rows and look like stripes on the leaves. The pattern is equally strong on the upper and lower surfaced of the leaves. An unusual and showy plant.