The Pyrenean cranesbill (Geranium pyrenaicum) is a species of the cranesbill family (Geraniaceae).
The Pyrenean cranesbill is a biennial, perennial or perennial herbaceous plant and reaches heights of 20 to 60 centimeters. It has a thick, fairly deep tap root and a very short, upright, scaly rhizome. The stem is long hairy protruding, also short-glanded towards the top. The spreads of the evergreen leaves are round in outline, five to nine columns and cut to about the middle.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
The old saying “Pull when wet; hoe when dry” is wise advice when facing down weeds. After a drenching rain, stage a rewarding weeding session by equipping yourself with gloves, a sitting pad, and a trug or tarp for collecting the corpses. As you head out the door, slip an old table fork into your back pocket because there’s nothing better for twisting out tendrils of henbit or chickweed. When going after bigger thugs, use a fishtail weeder to pry up taprooted weeds, like dandelion or dock.
Under dry conditions, weeds sliced off just below the soil line promptly shrivel up and die, especially if your hoe has a sharp edge. In mulched beds, use an old steak knife to sever weeds from their roots, then patch any open spaces left in the mulch.