"I intend to live forever. So far, so good." - Steven Wright
If you didn't plant it, and you don't know what it is, IT'S A WEED!!! LOL !!!David
Of course, all our beautiful flowers started out as weeds, you know. And you are right that it is pretty with those veins showing. (Most of us don't like our veins showing.) Glad to know that it is a geranium, although it doesn't look like mine.David
It's an Arizona Tulip.
Good morning!I'm thinking it might be a wild geranium.It's actually Mrs. R who has all the plant knowledge. I'll run it by her later.Have a great day!
I agree with Sean R: Its leaf shape and petal structure suggest that it is a species (or hybrid) of Pelargonium, or Geranium, of the botanical Family Geraniaceae. It is lovely! :-)
I'm with Sean - I think it's a wild geranium. A friend tried to give me some, saying "it spreads like crazy!" Everything said friend has given me has turned out to be invasive in some way, so I gracefully declined the wild geranium. ;-)
I 'd just class it as an 'attractive flower'.
thank you all for your help. I don't know where this wild geranium came from, as I did not plant it and neither did spouse. oh well, as raybeard says, it's attractive. I love the veins in the petals!
Mrs. R just confirmed it. That is indeed a wild geranium. :-)
I think it's more in the petunia family. But it still is pretty!
I like your idea too; I can see where your thought lies. but I have no petunias nor pansies (hee hee) in my garden.