Geranium shikokianum is a perennial
herb found in grasslands in mountainous regions, with coarse hairs
on stems and peduncles facing patent or downwards. Leaves, 5-10cm in
width, are palmately cleft in five in the middle to profound way,
with hairs on both upper sides and back sides surfaces. Flowers,
red-purple, measure 3cm in diameter; there are hairs at the bases of
petals and longer ones on sepals. Bloom time: July-September.