The round-leaved cranesbill (Geranium rotundifolium) is a species of the cranesbill family (Geraniaceae).
Stem tendios or quasi, 10-30 cm, with nest hairs, almost always acolorataos; Matte fueyes, arrondaes, ashen green, with deep incisions and a small dot at the end of the mesmes, with a long hairy tree: flowers in spring and branu, carauteristic poles are 5 tanned and wide petals of cantu without splitting.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
Uprooting plants by pulling is another effective method to prevent the spread of herbaceous and floating weeds. This is also effective in some shrubs, annuals, and tap-rooted plants. If you're quite hesitant to do it by hand, weed wrenches can be powerful tools to use. This is especially handy (excuse the pun) when you're trying to get a hold of large saplings and shrubs that are too big to be pulled manually. However, weed wrenches are not as effective against many perennial weeds whose stems are buried deep underground and whose roots re-sprout when left behind.
Some of the advantages of pulling include the minimal damage caused to surrounding plants, small ecological impact, and the low cost. However, it can be tedious and labour intensive, and its effect may only be seen in relatively small areas.