A delightful and unusual plant - the flowers first open rosy pink and gradually fade through pink to almost white as the flowers age and all the colours can be seen at once giving a wonderful effect. The flowers are nicely shaped and have prominent stamens.
The plant itself is much like G. dalmaticum (rosy pink flowers) - a low, gently creeping mound of glossy foliage with a particular citrus aroma when crushed. The leaves turn reddish in autumn. Could it offer any more? About 12cm (5") high.