White Ness Cranesbill is a white flowering perennial with a low growth habit.
Geranium plants are among the most beautiful perennials that belong in every garden. The Balkan cranesbill is a magical variety and is popular as a ground cover. The Balkan Cranesbill White Ness is a gem in the garden. Like geranium plants in general, it is uncomplicated and versatile. The perennial perennial causes a stir with its white flowers and fragrant leaves and attracts all eyes. This Geranium variety grows bushy and compact. The perennial reaches a height of 20 to 30 centimetres. It forms a dense carpet and charmingly suppresses noxious weeds and disfigures unattractive garden areas. The leaves are light green, rounded and lobed. They form a striking contrast to the white cup flowers. They appear from May until July.
White Ness cranesbill adds a romantic touch to any location
In the wild, the White Ness cranesbill grows in sunny and semi-shady areas of woodland and woodland margins. This cranesbill variety originates from the southern regions of the Alps, the Balkans, the Carpathians and the Apennines. The richly flowering cranesbill has long since conquered the hearts of countless gardeners and our gardens would be unthinkable without it. Cranesbill groundcovers also look good in the rock garden or in planters.
For cranesbills to develop perfectly, they need a well-drained and moderately dry soil. The Balkan cranesbill White Ness is semi-evergreen. This means that the plant keeps its flower head on the ground even in winter. This provides a beautiful splash of colour in the garden.
Cranesbill is decorative and cut-resistant
If you cut back the cranesbill after flowering, the perennial will thank you with a magical afterflower. Cranesbills are very undemanding and versatile. They adapt to any environment. They decorate flower beds, rose gardens, natural gardens, rock gardens, woodland gardens and modern interiors. The white cupped leaves look delightful. In addition, the flowers are valuable for the local insect world as they provide nectar for bees, bumblebees and butterflies. Cranesbill groundcovers are best used in a flat planting or in tufts. Then they form white pads of flowers in summer. The maximum number of plants per square metre is ten to twelve. Planting is possible all year round. In autumn, the leaves show a beautiful autumn colour.
Stork's bills are hardy and do not need protection.
The radiance of the perennial can be enhanced by planting it with different partners. Together with columbine, funkia, fern, iris or daylilies, it creates a great garden scene. Geranium is also hard to beat in combination with roses. Let your imagination run wild!