Wild Geranium is an Illinois native that is found in a variety of woodlands. Clusters of pink flowers bloom in mid-late spring, and are attractive to bees. Palmate leaves are deep green and turn red-orange in the fall. This plant will form a loose groundcover over time. It can tolerate clay soils once established. Grows best in partial shade to light shade. Good companion plants include Wild Ginger, Virginia Bluebells, and Common Oak Sedge.