The Three-Leaved Geranium (Erodium trifolium) is a flowering perennial rockery plant in the Geraniaceae family. It is also known as the Heron’s Bill or Storksbill.
It is native to North Africa.
Its flower has five pink, white, or purple petals.
It has ten stamens, whereas the Pelargonium has seven stamens.
Its fruit resembles a heron’s beak.
The Three-Leaved Geranium blooms in April in the Northern Hemisphere.
Photographed in the Botanical Garden, Paris, May 2021.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls