Flowers: June-July. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 75x60cm
A pure white form of our native meadow cranesbill, now largely found only in hedgerows in the wild, due mainly to herbicide spraying. This Cranesbill makes tall clumps of heavily dissected foliage, with fleshy stemmed white flower heads which are held held clear of the foliage. It can be grown in mixed wildflower meadows or the back of a border. Enjoys a moist soil.
Care & Maintenance.
Will repeat flower in September if cut back hard in July. Propagate by division in spring or collect and sow fresh seed. Pest and disease resistant.