Geranium Molle

Spotted by Volunteer Camilla. First logged 29/06/20

Garanium Molle, common name – Doves-foot Cranesbill, Wild Geranium

Family Geranium

Status Commonly Widespread

Details Low to short, densely and softly- hairy semi-prostrate plant. Leaves rounded and divided beyond halfway into 5 to 7 wedge-shaped lobes. Stems with long white hairs. Flowers pinkish purple 6 to 10 mm in lax clusters, the petals deeply notched and scarcely longer than the sepals.

Geranium Molle

Ten Acres Habitation

Spotted in Riverbrook Meadow and Broadmeadow.


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Sun Aug 30 , 2020
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