Talk:Astragalus cicer

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I know of two past/present locations for Astragalus cicer (cicer milk-vetch) in Edmonton; the south-facing bank of the North Saskatchewan River below the Hotel Macdonald and near the old Balmoral Curling Club on Belgravia Drive. More common in drier prairie situations like the Kerry Wood Nature Centre in Red Deer (sorry Eileen). A minor invasive alien of uplands; not strongly persistent.