Cut-Leaved Crane’s-Bill

Geranium dissectum Cut Leaved Crane's Bill

Cut-leaved crane’s-bill usually grows to a height of between 10 and 40 centimeters. It can grow taller in habitats with a good supply of water and nutrients. Its pink flowers appear from May to September.

Geranium dissectum

Geranium dissectum grows as an annual and can be found in meadows, along roadsides, on banks and slopes, and in fields, parks and gardens. It also survives on and around walls and stairs.

Geranium dissectum on a stair
Geranium dissectum on a staircase.
Geranium dissectum in meadow
Dense stand of Geranium dissectum in a meadow.

Geranium dissectum is native to Eurasia and North Africa. As an introduced species, Geranium dissectum is also found in other regions such as Australia, North America and South America (source).

A hoverfly pollinates the flowers of cut leaved crane's bill
A hoverfly pollinates the flowers of cut-leaved crane’s-bill.

More members of the Geraniaceae family