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Smooth Fleabane

Erigeron glabellus
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Habitat: Meadows, gravelly banks, roadsides, disturbed areas, moist open areas in grasslands, mountains and open woods.

Description:  Leaves found primarily at base of the plant, dark green, smooth or with short hairs.  Flowers with over 100 bluish pink or white florets on the flower.  Center disk is yellow, and hairy with a green center.

Size: Up to 60cm tall.

Fun Facts: The smoke of burning dried fleabane keeps insects away!

Source: Wilkinson, K. Wildflowers of Alberta: A Guide to Common Wildflowers and Other Herbaceous Plants.  1999.  University of Alberta Press and Lone Pine Publishing.

area wildlife + plants

Blue-Winged Teal
Anas discors
Male: Blue-grey head, with a white strip around its bill.  Brown with black spots on the breast and sides.  Female: mottled brown overall, with a blue patch on the wing, that is usually only visible during flight.
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