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Astragalus  aquilonius (Barneby) Barneby  trib. Galegeae 
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FamilyFABACEAE
Genus species var.Astragalus  aquilonius (Barneby) Barneby  trib. Galegeae
SynonymsAstragalus wootonii var. aquilonius Barneby (basionym)
Territory Northwestern U.S.A.Idaho
sagebrush wilding
Altitude900-1200m
Description taproot, stem numerous, leaflets 9-23 pairs, oblong to oblanceolate, obtuse or emarginate, flowers 4-15 in lax raceme, pod sessile, ventricose, glabrous
Size5-10cm
Colorgreenish white
Bloomsummer
Ca
Typetuft, fl. stem procumbent
Cultivationsunny site with a poor, sandy soil
alpine house, sandy soil, sun
Propagationscarified seed in spring, germ. 1-3 months, 10-13°C
cuttings in late summer
BibliographyHitchcock, C.L.: Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest
Legume Web www.ildis.org
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