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Herb Robert, geranio de San Roberto

Geranium purpureum


G. purpureum is a synonim of G. robertianum It grows as an annual or biennial plant, producing small, pink, five-petalled flowers (about 1 cm in diameter) from April until the autumn. The leaves are fern-like, and the stems often reddish; the leaves too turn red at the end of the flowering season. The plant has little root structure.


Holm oak and pine tree forest

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arlanda 5 years ago

I changed the first pic

Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Lat: 40.54, Long: -3.69

Spotted on May 31, 2013
Submitted on Jul 24, 2013

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