Today’s Flowers: Cranesbill & Sage

Love when this flower blooms. Commonly called cranesbill, this perennial is of the genus “geranium,” but geranium is also the name of that annual that is often red or white. According to Wikipedia, geranium has symmetrical flowers, while pelargonium has irregular or maculate petals.

I have two cranesbill plants in front of my home.

Sage, the tasty herb that goes nicely in potato salad or in a chicken dish, is showing its dainty purple flowers now.

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