Promoting the Use of Native Plant Species in the Home Landscape

Wild Geranium

Latin Name: Geranium maculatium

Flower Description:

Small clusters of a few flowers each branching off the top of the plant. Flowers are 1 to 1 1/2″ across, 5 rounded pink to lavender petals and 10 stamens with yellow tips that turn brown with age.

FamilyGeranium
Season BloomMay - June
HabitatPart shade, shade; woods, woodland edges
CyclePerennial
Height1-2'
Leaf DescriptionBasal leaves are long stalked, 3 to 6" across and deeply divided into 3 to 7 lobes, which may be further divided with coarse, mostly rounded teeth.
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