The small flowers look pretty, although the green foliage's somewhat wild - could this be a weed?
And there are zillions of different 'flavors', slightly different leaves, different colors of flowers from bright white, to vivid blue, pale purples, pinks. I'd leave them if you were me. The bees LOVE these plants. Depends on your landscape goals, not mine. I have a hard time finding plants to grow here much less with profuse flowers. All plants flower some are just more profuse and visible than others. I wonder what the honey tastes like if bees were visiting wild geranium? That is how strong this plant smells. But you have to crush or disturb this plant to get a hit!
I think if you pulled off some flowers and pulled off some dead flowers which will make them bloom even better at the same time reducing how much seed the plants set...you HAVE to be able smell sharp/musky/not my favorite smell at all.
I had a Johnson' Blue Geranium which is a hybrid of this wild one. Flowers PROFUSELY from spring through fall. I got kinda OCD and daily went out to snip old flower capsules, to keep it profusely flowering and boy did it! The bees were in heaven.