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Arrow-leaved Sweet Coltsfoot
Petasites sagittatus
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Also known as - Arrow-leaved Coltsfoot.

Native to Alberta. Perennial.

General Description

By Gustave J. Yaki

Native of much of Canada and adjoining USA states. Rare. Stems, lacking. Leaves, all basal; large; blades 1-3dm long, 1-2dm broad; basically arrowhead shaped; the edges sometimes toothed; sparingly woolly above, densely white-woolly below; long-stalked. Flowerheads, as for P. frigidus (above); April-May. Fruit, mature fruiting heads including pappus, 2-3.5cm long; achenes, 3-3.5mm long; pappus more than 15mm long. Habitat: wet meadows, bogs.

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Recent Arrow-leaved Sweet Coltsfoot Reports in Alberta


Abundance Location Reporter Date
Present Ponoka County Blake 2011/05/27
Present Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary Blake 2011/05/18
Present Clearwater County Blake 2010/06/18
Present Red Deer County Blake 2010/06/08
Present Maskepetoon Blake 2010/06/06

Arrow-leaved Sweet Coltsfoot Hotspots in Alberta

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