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DUSKY CRANE’S-BILL Geranium phaeum (Geraniaceae) Height to 50cm. Distinctive and attractive hairy perennial, found on verges, usually in the vicinity of gardens. FLOWERS 15-20mm across with dark maroon, wavy-edged petals that open flat (May-Jun). FRUITS end in a long ‘beak’. LEAVES are deeply divided into 5-7 lobes and often marked with dark blotches. STATUS-Sometimes naturalised as a garden escape.
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