- Flower nameGeranium robertianum
- Scientific nameGeranium robertianum
- Place of origintemperate region native to the Northern Hemisphere
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
What is Geranium robertianum
Geranium robertianum or Gimhae Furo (Scientific name: Geranium robertianum) is a temperate region native to the Northern Hemisphere, and is an annual grass or 2 year's grass of the family Geraniaceae. It grows naturally in part of Honshu and Shikoku in Japan. Fruit on the leaf stalks and stems are red.
Generic name: Gallium robertianum,Scientific name: Geranium robertianum, plant height: 40 cm, leaf height: 5 cm, leaves: alternate, leaf shape: 3 ruptured in the palm shape and the leaflets Flower color: Deep fissure, number of petals: 5, flower size: 1 to 2 cm, flower color: 2 pink and deep red streaks, flowering period: May to August, capital head: 5 fisss.