Symphyotrichum novae-angliae (new england aster)


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New England aster is one of the taller asters with deeper purple flowers. Although it can tolerate moist soils, it is still drought tolerant. Asters are a top keystone species perennial and host beneficial larvae. They attract and feed many pollinators, especially butterflies and bees, making them a pollinator powerhouse. They are a very important late season pollinator plant. Not only are they blooming for the insects late, but it makes for a gorgeous contrast against native fall bronze grasses, yellow goldenrod, and milkweed seed heads. Asters should be planted everywhere, in gardens, meadows, roadsides, groundcovers, ect.., especially because they are NOT deer resistant and they need our help as much as we need theirs.

Symphyotrichum novae-angliae (new england aster)

  • Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Wet to Average soil
  • 2′-5′ Height, 2′-3′ Width
  • Aug, Sept, Oct Bloom
  • Purple Flowers
  • Keystone Species(supports 30+ native bee specialists)
  • Pollinator Powerhouse
  • Late Season Blooms
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Cut Flower
  • Meadow
  • Hell Strip
  • Low Maintenance

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