Purple geranium: Geranium caespitosum

Overview of Geranium caespitosum taken along the Black Canyon Trail in the Santa Fe National Forest, 3 August 2001. This wild relative of the common geranium found around homes, has a gorgeous purple/magenta bloom. The leaves are distinctive and easy to identify for the genus.
Overview of Geranium caespitosum.
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