A lovely species of Deuterocohnia that we obtained some years ago from Bill Baker, which we assume that he collected. Reportedly from Tucuman state of Northern Argentina, in the heart of Deuterocohnia teritory. A medium grower as the genus goes, at about 20 inches across. The leaves are reddish, coated with silvery trichomes and bear the impressions of other leaves on their surface. The marginal spines are quite large and silvery, adding greatly to it’s dramatic appearance. The inflorescence is very tall, branched and bears yellowish flowers. A choice species.