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Re: Cranesbill

Bloody Cranesbill refers to geranium sanguineum.

And bloody does not refer to the color of the flowers but it refers to the
stopping of bleeding.


----- Original Message -----
From: cinni <cinni@LINEONE.NET>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 7:55 PM
Subject: Cranesbill

> >Hello ,
>              Over the weekend I visited the Great Orme at Llandudno .In
> visitors center were some pictures including one of a Geranium indigenous
> to the 'Great Orme' .
> Unfortunately the shop [info center ] was closed and the caption under the
> photo read 'Bloody Cranesbill' .
> Do any of you have any idea of the plants name ?
> Best Wishes
>                Malcolm

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