Cut-leaved Geranium, also known as Cut-leaved Crane’s-bill (Geranium Dissectum) is an annual or biennial forb in the Geranium Family (Geraniaceae). It’s native to Europe, blooms May-Aug and grows 0.5-2 ft. It tolerates moist to dry soils and full shade to full sun exposure.
Cut-leaved Geranium is a very common weed in all ecosystems, grassland, wastelands, fields, gardens and right-of-ways. In habitat restoration the only concern is in prairies where it grows mixed with native wild flowers and creates monocultures over time.