Wild Geranium is an attractive woodland native in central Minnesota. Found in both sunny locations at the edges of mesic woodlands as well as in shady understories.
The light pink, five parted flowers open as early as late April arising on 2 foot tall stalks. The bushy foliage is palmately divided and coarse in appearance. The leaves can vary from light to dark green in color.
Wild Geranium is native to eastern North America. See map below for range.
|Kartesz, J.T., The Biota of North America Program (BONAP).|
2011. North American Plant Atlas. Chapel Hill, N.C.