Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Geranium versicolor L. - Pencilled Crane's-bill
Geranium versicolor
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This crane's-bill is a rare escape from cultivation in gardens, but was established for at least ninety years on a roadside hedgebank between Comber and Castle Espie in Co Down, up until the 1980s. The other records seem to refer to short-lived colonies.

All names: Geranium versicolor L.; Geranium striatum L.