Mark Dimmitt’s cultivar of (didisticha x duratii) is a stunning plant. The foliage is very similar to that of duratii, with long, stiff leaves coated with silver trichomes and curled at the tips. The stem elongated but not to the extent of the straight species duratii. The inflorescence too is very tall, as in duratii, but is very dense and very branchy, much more so than duratii and has a lot of characteristics of the didisticha parent. The branches are bipinnate with a purplish coloration. On occasion multiple inflorescences are produced simultaneously. A dramatic and showy hybrid.