Wild Geraniums are beautiful wild flowers of Eastern North America, reported to occur mostly in mountain and piedmont counties of the Carolinas. The plant is a clump-forming mound about 2 feet high, with generous, deeply lobed foliage topped by delicate, 5-petaled, upward-facing, pink flowers in late spring/early summer. Easy to grow in sunny, well watered locations or in part shade, Wild Geranium is a wonderfull plant for adding lush foliage and sweet color, as an individual specimin or in a natralized garden. It will slowly spread by rhizomes, as well as by seeds which are projected vigorously away from the mother plant when ripe. Wild Geranium attracts bees and butterflies to its nectar, and the foliage is also and important host for several species of moths.