In late April I noticed that the wild geranium section had multiplied since last year. This transplanted wildflower was a solid mass of green leaves.
I couldn’t wait for them to start blooming because I imagined a crowded sea of pinkish-purple flowers.
A month later, that proved true. One afternoon, I couldn’t seem to stop taking photos.
Plant source: Transplant from my mom’s garden.
More about wild geraniums
- Geranium maculatum (minnesotawildflowers.info)
- Photos and thorough descriptions of wild geranium’s parts (Arkansas Native Plant Society)
- Distribution map
- All my wild geranium photos