|Geranium maculatum||Geranium Family||Geraniaceae|
|April - June||Common|
Description: From 8 to 18 inches tall. Leaves are deeply cleft into 5 to 7 segments with fingerlike lobes. Several other species of geranium are basically similar except with smaller flowers and leaves. Also known as "Spotted Crane's Bill". Medical Value.
Location: Woods, roadside banks
Dense Leaf Clump of The Wild Geranium
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