The pale yellow flowers of Erodium chrysanthum stand out in the evening light
almost as well as white and they don't have the glare that white does in the full
sun. I like the intricacy of the finely dissected gray leaves.
Yellow Storksbill blooms most heavily in spring with a smattering of flowers most of the rest of the year. It
requires some drainage and will tolerate a little shade but prefers full sun.
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