Pencilled Cranesbill Flowerhead

Pencilled Cranesbill in woodland, somewhere in West Cornwall

Pencilled Cranesbill (Geranium versicolor) is a member of the geranium family, and can be found in woodland fringes, certainly in West Cornwall, but I’m sure in plenty of other places too. It originates from the Mediterranean, and was probably a garden escapee, but now definitely counts as a wildflower.

4 thoughts on “Pencilled Cranesbill Flowerhead

    1. Thanks Millie 🙂
      I must confess, I’m fairly sure you would like/prefer the colour version, which I’ll post one of these days. The petals are light pink, with dark pink to almost maroon veins.


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