* Dormant plants in 100mm pots.
The white blooms have a lightly textured surface with an attractive satin sheen. The six to eight broad, overlapping tepals taper via gently recurved margins to blunt tips. A dominant crown of contrasting stamens with white filaments and deep wine-red anthers is an eye-catching feature of this cultivar.
- Pruning Group: 2
- Flowering Group: Early large flowered
- Flower Size: 12.5cm to 15.0cmcm
- Height: 2.6m to 3.3m
- Awards: Royal Horticultural Society 'Award of Garden Merit' 1993
- History: Raised by Raymond Evison and named after his Mother, Edith was introduced by Treasures of Tenbury in 1974