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Carolina cranesbill

Carolina Geranium

Geranium carolinianum
Other common names include wild geranium and Carolina cranesbill
This wildflower/weed is a multi-branched and sprawling, pubescent annual or biennial, usually no taller than 1 ft. Leaves are palmately and finely cut into five-parts. Five-petaled, pale pink or white flowers occur in loose terminal clusters.
It is a member of the geranium family (family Geraniaceae). Geraniums are leafy herbs with showy white, pink, or purple flowers in clusters. 
Grows naturally in most of the US and into Mexico in most soils in part shade 

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