Found on sandy soils in south and eastern England.
1. Three lobed cotyledons with small bristly hairs.
2. Divided, long stemmed hairy leaves in procumbent rosettes.
3. Peduncles 1-2.5 cm in length. Long narrow seed heads, hence stork's-bill.
4. Rose coloured flowers, late spring - middle of summer. Sepels 4-5 mm pointed at the tip.