White flowers; XI–IV, freely borne in long spikes; bright green foliage; vigorous, erect; height 75–100cm; spread 31–45cm. Outstanding.
Possibly a seedling raised by J. W. Porter which was introduced by Brian Proudley. Found in the former garden of J. W. Porter (Carryduff, County Down, Northern Ireland) by Mrs V. Proudley and J. F. Letts in 1968; named by A. W. Jones (Otters' Court, West Camel, Somerset , England) in 1978.
Named in honour of Brian Proudley, the nurseryman who first grew the plant in England.