Description Native to North America, this perennial has showy, pink, five-petaled flowers, occurring at the top of a leafy, 1 to 3 ft. stem. Another common name for this wildflower is Cranesbill, because of the seed capsule which resembles a crane's bill. They are common in moist woods and meadows.
Rob Jett, Brooklyn, NY Member Since November 2008 Artist Statement Despite growing up and living in the most densely populated urban center in the United States, I've found a passion for wildlife and nature. There is always more than meets the eye around New York City. Birdwatching has lead me to explore and appreciate an unimaginable diversity of nature in an urban setting. Let me share some of my discoveries & experiences through my photographs.