Pharaoh Creek Trail, Banff N.P., Alberta, Canada, 7/2011.
Young leaves and flowers can be eaten raw. Native Americans used the dried stems as a salt substitute.
This entry was posted on August 11, 2011 by nwwildflowers. It was filed under Alberta, alpine/subalpine meadow, aster/composite, August, Cascades, Coastal, Columbia Gorge West, edible, Low Elevation, March, marsh wetland/water's edge, pink, Southern Oregon / Northern California, umbel and was tagged with Banff, flower, Pharaoh Creek Trail, Wildflowers.
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