Dry roadsides, meadows and open forests in the lowland, steppe and montane zones; common in BC east of the Coast-Cascade Mountains and S of 57degreeN; circumboreal, N to AK, YT and NT, E to MB and S to MO, KS, TX, NM, AZ, CA and MX, Eurasia.
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