A cultivar of limbata x kegeliana by Bill Timm, a large growing, unusual cross. The plant forms a large open rosette shape of many narrow, tapering silvery leaves. Very full, it can easily reach 30 inches across and over a foot tall without the inflorescence. The inflorescence is tall but has a short rachis with many long, semi-terete branches, some compound, numbering fifteen or so. The color is pale red to rusty orange over green, with purple flowers.