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These fast-growing plants produce large, fireworks-like blooms in shades of pink, purple, red, magenta and white that are ideal in arrangements. Annual....
A tall (to 7') aster for semi-shade, great in a woodland garden. Daisy like-white flowers top every stem. Perennial....
Our Awesome Aster Seed Collection contains five different native Aster varieties, offering gorgeous late season blooms that attract pollinators to the garden. This collection is extr...
This famous wildflower is not really an aster, but has always been called "Prairie Aster" or "Tahoka Daisy." Annual....
False Aster is a prolific bloomer, providing hundreds of small, white blooms on each plant from late summer until frost. This native wildflower is also an important source of pollen ...
Aromatic Aster is one of the longest-blooming native asters, blooming up to two months in one season. The gorgeous, violet flowers add charm to any garden or meadow and delight the l...
Aster prenanthoides is one of our handsomest wildflowers for fall. Lavender blooms with bright yellow centers. Perennial...
The ancestor of our best garden asters. Stiff stems, large flowers, super winter-hardy. Great for late bloom. Perennial....
Daisy-like, white flowers provide vital nectar and pollen for butterflies and bees. Heath Aster is native to the United States and grows to be about 2’ tall, delighting with numero...
Also known as "Largeleaf Aster," this tall beauty has lavender flowers, large heart-shaped leaves. Perennial....
This elegant purple beauty is native to the U.S. and drought tolerant, thriving in dry areas including rocky ledges and meadows. Smooth Blue Aster prefers full sun and is a vital sou...
This easy-to-grow wildflower produces stunning, violet-blue blooms. The flowers will attract beautiful wildlife to your garden. Perennial. (Aster azureus)...
Asters are famous for their late-season blooms, and are even known to continue flowering after frosts have appeared in late fall. These hardy natives sport star-shaped, daisy-like blooms that provide essential food to a slew of native pollinators – just when they need it most. You’ll have many choices with regards to plant height and flower head size, as well as bloom color. Options range from white to pink all the way to purple, with some two-toned and tinged varieties in the mix. Asters do well in average soils with access to full sun.
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