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Five leaf wetland weed?

Posted by Drakemoore 8 - FL (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 17, 14 at 12:25

I began noticing this weed last year in the lower area of our property. It grows along with Dollar Weed. I've been trying to get a identification of it. It's possible it came from various seed mixes that we've spread throughout the years but I no longer have the bags to verify.

Wildlife seems to love eating the stuff. I personally don't mind the weed as it covers the ground very well and quickly. It's also very simple to remove as it's root system only goes a few inches deep and the plant can be pulled with a mere tug.

I'm wanting to know what it's actual name is so that I can do further research on the plant.


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RE: Five leaf wetland weed?

Geranium species?

Here is a link that might be useful: Wild Geranium


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RE: Five leaf wetland weed?

That's it. It actually looks like a semi useful native plant. Wiki says it used to be used as a astringent?


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RE: Five leaf wetland weed?

Useful site.

Here is a link that might be useful: HERB BLURB


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