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This bushy, short-lived species is common in disturbed sites and along roadsides in sagebrush grasslands of the western U.S. It prefers shallow or rocky soils and is very drought-tolerant. Bigelow’s Aster is a good reclamation species, and it is excellent for pollinator conservation because of the purple blooms late in the season.