Geranium maculatum

Family Geranium (Geraniaceae)
Bloom Spring
Habitat Woods, meadows
Status Native
Cycle Perennial
Height 1-2′
Flower Attractive pink, rose-purple, blue, or white flowers appear either singly or as a few clusters at the end of a hairy flower stalk. Flowers are made up of 5 petals that usually have dark veins and are 1-2″ in diameter.
Leaf Basal leaves 4-5″ long on long stalks are coarsely toothed and deeply veined with 5-7 elongated lobes.
Notes Stems are hairy and erect and there are several per plant.


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