Geranium macrorrhizum ‘White-Ness’, is a perennial which produces beautiful white flowers in May and June. A hardy plant that is suited both to full sun as well as full shade and works beautifully in borders under shrubs and trees or as a ground cover. It grows in fertile, well-drained soil. It is an evergreen but in colder climates, it could lose some of its leaves in the winter. Like other Geraniums, it has fragrant leaves.
It is also known as Big-Root Cranesbill or Geranium macrorrhizum ‘Mount Olympus’. Geraniums belong to the Geraniaceae family of plants. Geranium macrorrhizum ‘White-Ness’ grows to 50cm or 1.5ft and it does spread wide almost 1m or 3ft. It is hardy but does not like waterlogged soils. You can propagate Geranium macrorrhizum ‘White-Ness’ by division in spring or by cuttings in mid-spring as well as root cuttings. Remove old leaves and flowers it will grow back if you prune it harder. Watch out for vine weevil or capsid bug and powdery mildew.