Geranium Molle photographed near the RSPB wildlife Belfast Wildlife reserve on the south shore of Belfast Lough on 2 June 2011: Looking north from close by this point .
Geranium molle, the Dovesfoot Cranesbill, is an annual
plant found in hedges, banks and waste ground. It is native to west and central
It is an introduced species to other areas of the globe, including North America, where it is known as Dovefoot Geranium or Awnless Geranium. It is a noxious weed in the Pacific Northwest and quickly forms a groundcover on open areas, among grasses, and in planting beds
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Last updated Thursday April 24, 2014