Carolina Geranium (Wild Gerarnium, Crane's-bill, Stork's-bill)

Scientific Name - Geranium carolinianum L.
Family - Geraniaceae

Diffusely-branched semi-erect winter annual. Stems greenish-pink to red, densely hairy. Leaves with long petioles, hairy dissected into variously divided segments, margins blunt toothed. Flowers pink to purplish with five petals. Fruit a five-parted capsule that forms a "stork's bill" up to 0.5 inch (1.2 cm) long. Reproduces by seed. Found throughout the continental United States and Hawaii. Also occurs in Canada, the West Indies, Mexico, Central and South America, and Australia.