This hybrid of 'Yara' x 'Bag of Tricks' by Stephen Hoppin has 12+ lanceolate leaves forming a small plant 6" to 7" in diameter with a full round shape. The leaves are pink-red in color with undertones of green bands covered with an even silver-white dusting of trichomes. The plant matures out to have a pattern more or less typical of Cryptanthus lacerdae. The leaves recurve downwards from the center of the plant with tips twisting slightly up, while the undersides of the leaves are covered in a medium dense amount of silver-white trichomes with some leaf impressions. This Cryptanthus really does live up to its name!