I planted a whole bunch of these geranium macrorrhizums (‘Whiteness’) last spring. Unlike the rest of my geraniums, this plant has thick finger-like stems above ground and as it's died back for winter the stems are still sticking up (or sometimes spread out) above ground. It all looks a bit messy (and slightly creepy ).
Am I supposed to cut all these stems completely flush with the ground - do new stems with leaves on emerge from below ground in spring? Or should they be left alone above ground?
Any advice much appreciated!