A clone of Sincoraea burlemarxii formerly known as variety seabrae, which was separated on various taxonomic points from the main species but has since been combined. Basically it was described as a smaller, more silvery clone. For us this clone stays more compact and takes on an orangish hue in strong light. This plant came to us from the collection of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens with an accession number of SEL1996-0245 under the name of Orthophytum burle-marxii v. seabrae. It came to Selby from Georgia Waggoner as collected by R.L. Frasier in Bahia, Brazil near Seabra.