Geranium pusillum, commonly known as small-flowered crane's-bill or (in North America) small geranium, is a herbaceous annual plant of the genus Geranium.
The little cranesbill is an annual or biennial plant (summer or winter annual). It has a thin taproot that can reach a depth of 60 cm. It reaches heights of growth of 15 to 30 cm. The stems are prostrate or ascending and are 50 (rarely 70) cm long. They are heavily branched, protruding with short hairs, often balding, usually with glandular hairs on the top.
This plant is useful.
This plant might be poisonous
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