French Crane’s-bill

No more scary monsters today just beautiful wildflowers. This is a Crane’s-bill Geranium called Geranium endressii that is in flower today. I don’t know much about this one.  I identified it with a little help from my friends and set about trying to learn about it

There are various hybrids that are popular with gardeners. I found a good web site where you can buy a picture of Geranium endressii for just £15 but I wouldn’t bother, just right click and save as, my pictures are better and you can get a Hornet while you are here also for free.

I am not sure that this isn’t just a garden escapee although there were no gardens close by I have noticed that birds can fly.

French Crane's-bill

French Crane's-bill

French Crane's-bill

French Crane's-bill

French Crane's-bill

French Crane's-bill

French Crane's-bill

French Crane's-bill

Whatever it is I hope that I see it again.

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12 thoughts on “French Crane’s-bill”

      1. We do, particularly in this part, where three of North America’s major zones meet. It’s a magical place in the world. But every area has its own beauty and interest, not the least of which is the Forest of Dean!

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      1. Hi Colin,

        I’m working on a digital design using one of your photos. I will be posting it shortly. I hope you like what I did with it. I don’t want to mess up your photography!

        Sandi

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