- Flower nameCarolina cranesbill
- Scientific nameGeranium carolinianum
- AliasCarolina cranesbill, Carolina geranium, 亜米利加風露, Geranium
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, September
What is Carolina cranesbill
Carolina cranesbill (scientific name:Geranium carolinianum) is an annual weed of the geraniaceae family naturalized from North America . It spreads on the roadside of the all over Japan. The height of the grass is approximately 40cm. There is much hair in the calyx edge. The leaves are 3 to 5 deep cleavage and, in addition to differentiate each. From late spring to early autumn ,it takes out a flower stalk for and engthenes corymb from the top and lets small white or pink florets bloom at the corymb.
Generic name:Carolina cranesbill, scientific name:Geranium carolinianum , aka:Carolina geranium, Carolina cranesbill origin: North America, Habitat: Japan national, environment: roadside, life-forms: year weed, plant height: 40 cm, flower-shaped corymbs, flower color: white-light pink, flower diameter:0.5 cm, flowering period: May to September.