Erodium texanum
Geraniaceae

Height: Up to 14"

Leaves: 2" long and dark green. Leaves are at the base of the reddish stem. They have margins like a fern.

Flowers/Fruit: In bloom February to July. The flowers are pinkish-violet and 1/4" wide. They have petals and are loosely clustered on the stalk. The fruit is narrow and pointed at one end shaped like a stork's bill 2" long. In dry periods, it will be spiraled.

Form/Habitat: Below 7,000'. Found on flats, plains and mesas.


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