Height x Spread: 50cm x 45cm
Lots of large saucer-shaped white flowers with vibrant purple veins are produced in sprays through mid summer over hummocks of attractively divided mid green foliage.
Much sought after for its unusual white colour and bold form, this G. himalayense cultivar was initially collected by Derrick Cook in Nepal in 1985 but not widely grown until this century. A new plant to the nursery in 2017, it sold out very quickly. Perfect for edging a gravel path or in groups at the front of a border, it needs a free draining soil in sun or part shade to thrive. Bees love it.