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Prairie Wildflowers and Grasses of North Dakota

Spring Wildflowers

ND Parks photo: Smooth fleebane
ND Parks
  Smooth fleebane
(Erigeron glabellus)

Distribution: excluded from most areas south and west of Missouri River
Habitat: moister areas of prairie
Flowers: pinkish/whitish with yellow center, disc ½ to 1 inch in diameter, 1-5 heads per plant
Height: 6-18 inches
Blooms: June to August
Family name: Aster (Asteraceae)
Plant uses and other interesting facts: There are several Fleabanes with similar appearance like the Pink Fleabane in the east.

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