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Wood cranesbill

(Geranium sylvaticum)

The Latin ‘geranium’ is derived from the Greek- ‘geranos’ meaning: ‘crane’. This connection remains in some English and Russian nicknames for the plant, perhaps due to the fruits resembling beaks. In Germany, it is named after a different bird with the name Storchschnäbel or ‘Stork’s beak’.

Summary
Maximum height:
80 cm
Blooming period:
June-July
Fruit bearing period:
July-September
Relation to light:
Light-loving, Shade-tolerant
Relation to moisture:
Mesophyte, Hydrophyte
Natural distribution area
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