Colours from purple/green in early spring to a glowing orange/red in early summer, to light green with reddish outers in late summer. A large variety that pushes out solid offsets. The leaves are noticeably edged with little hairs. We have grown this plant for many years and still like it.
The original clone (Martin Haberer (D) 1977) is thought no longer in cultivation but this plant has replaced it and the name carried over.
Well-rooted, established plants, sent in their pots.