The flowers of Pelargonium album grow in many-flowered pseudo-umbels on long individual pedicels. A pseudo-umbel on its long peduncle of up to 5,5 cm may bear up to 15 flowers. The hairy pedicels of the individual flowers vary in length from 3 mm to 12 mm. The five narrowly ovate to lanceolate sepals have white margins.
In the photo the five oblong petals with angular to notched tips curve back somewhat. They are white, the upper pairs in picture having lilac to pinkish markings.
Flowering happens during winter and spring, the blooming season peaking in early spring (www.plantzafrica.com).