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"This pretty plant is also one of the Crane's-bills, and belongs to the family Geraniaceae. It is one of the earliest to appear on the sunny banks in the spring-time with blue-bells and primroses, and lasts long into the summer, when, by the presence of more attractive blossoms, it is often overlooked... In common with its family it has a very disagreeable odour... According to the old doctrine of signatures the red colour of the leaves indicates its value in staunching blood..." (Lankester, Wild flowers worth notice, London : David Bogue,1879, p.39)