Wood crane's-bill Geranium sylvaticum
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A much-loved flower of old hay-meadows and damp, open woods , with its distinctive flowers the colour of runny ink. The bee sees a different Wood Crane's-bill: a fluorescent beacon with tramlines leading to the pollen.
Widespread throughout England and south Scotland. Wood Crane's bill can also be found in certain areas of Wales and north-west Scotland but is rare in Ireland.
Meadows and banks.
Best time to see
Flowers from June to July.
County flower of Sheffield.