Geranium maculatum - Wild Geranium
Wild Geranium is a clump forming woodland perennial, native to much of eastern North America. It has dark green palmate leaves and delicate pink flowers. It spreads readily, forming patches that everything from bees to butterflies can't resist. Mostly found in woodlands in the wild, it does just as well in full sun. Interestingly, Wild Geranium has a unique way of spreading its seeds. Each seed is packed into a pod and the pods are attached to a structure that resembles a cranes bill. As the bill dries, it literally catapults the seeds away from the parent plant.