A sport of H. 'Elegans', it was registered by its namesake,
of England in 1983. The large
size mound reaches about 2 feet in height and a spread of
around 40 inches. Near white flowers with a pale lavender mid-tepal
stripe blooms from late June into mid-July. Its other characteristics are those of
is one of several mediovariegated mutants of H. 'Sieboldiana' known to
exist and by some authors considered the same as H. 'Borwick Beauty', but
further study is needed. This taxon was formerly called H. 'Heslington'."
cultivar was actually named for and by George Smith who is an internationally
known flower arranger and floral artist from Yorkshire, England.