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…and the Weeding Continues

Sketch of wild geranium single blossom

Wild Geranium

I’ve always heard these called “wild geranium”, and Google seems to agree.  They are pungent when you break a stem, and the leaves turn deep magenta/red/orange in the fall.  They are fuzzy and frilly – too bad they’re weeds and can take over when you turn your back.  When I was a little girl, we would make “scissors” out of two seed pods: slit the long slender piece with a fingernail, insert the other long slender piece, and voila!