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Spotted in Shenandoah National Park, VA. Wild geranium is a woodland perennial plant native to eastern North America. Showy, pink, five-petaled flowers, occur at the top of leafy, 1-3 ft. stem. Geraniums are recognized by their palmately-lobed leaves and distinctive capsules.
Habitats include both floodplain and upland woodlands, savannas, meadows in wooded areas, semi-shaded seeps, and rocky glades.