Friday, May 27, 2011

Wild Geranium

The Indiana woods are filled with the delicate pinkish, almost purple colors of the wild geranium. These flowers bloom for a couple of weeks and then disappear to make room for others.

Wild Geraniums make good garden plants too. They are a compact, non-spreading indigenous wildflower that does well in shady areas.  They can bring color to an early spring garden as well as brighten up the wild woods.       

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