What is Geranium sanguineum
Geranium sanguineum , Bloody cranesbill or Achebono furo (scientific name:Geranium sanguineum), is native to Europe to Caucasus and is an alpine perennial of the family Geraniaceae. Seen on sunny limestone grassland and sand dunes hinterland. Brain pink flowers bloom the flowers from spring to fall Scape, stretched from the tip. The genus name (Ranum and Geranium 'Geranium' is derived from the geranos (crane) Latin, long fruits compared to the crane's beak has been named.The species epithet sanguineum 'sanguineum' a "blood-red" to describe it. Geranium's colleagues are located at Feature Furo , so please take a closer look.
Common name: Geranium sanguineum Bloody cranesbill or Achebono furo, scientific name:Geranium sanguineum, aka: geranium sanguineum, Bloody geranium, Bloody crane's-bill, origin: European-environment such as high mountain, Habitat: Alps, Caucasus, environment: sunny limestone grassland and dunes provenance, life type: perennials, plant height: 20-40 cm, asymmetric flower, bisexual flowers, Inflorescences form: corymbs, flower color: pink brain, flower diameter:2.5 to 4 cm, flowering: October, from May to October.