Aster

Professor Kippenberg Aster

Aster

From the Greek word for 'star', Asters can be counted on to bring color to the garden in late summer and fall, with their daisy-like blooms. Asters come in many heights and can be used in rock gardens, wildflower gardens or perennial borders. These plants like well-drained soil and tend to be very cold hardy. Asters are easy-to-grow in most soils and are an essential source of fall nectar and pollen for bees and butterflies.

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  1. Monch Frikart's Aster, Aster x frikartii 'Mönch'

    One of the first asters to bloom, Monch Frikart's Aster (Aster x frikartii Monch) flowers from mid-summer into fall, with lavender-purple petals surrounding golden-yellow centers. Th...

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    Monch Frikart's Aster Monch Frikart's Aster Aster x frikartii 'Mönch'
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    One of the first asters to bloom, Monch Frikart's Aster (Aster x frikartii Monch) flowers from mid-summer into fall, with lavender-purple petals surrounding golden-yellow centers. This easy to grow hybrid is mildew resistant. Once established, Asters are drought-tolerant, vigorous, long-lived perennials that provide an important source of and late-season food for pollinators.
  2. Professor Kippenberg New York Aster

    Aster Novi-belgii ‘Professor Kippenberg’ is a reliably blooming New York Aster with late summer/early fall display of blue flowers on tall self-supporting stems....

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    Professor Kippenberg New York Aster Professor Kippenberg New York Aster Aster novi-belgii Professor Kippenberg
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    Aster Novi-belgii ‘Professor Kippenberg’ is a reliably blooming New York Aster with late summer/early fall display of blue flowers on tall self-supporting stems.
  3. First Snow Heath Aster, Aster ericoides 'First Snow' close up

    First Snow Heath Aster (Aster ericoides 'First Snow') is a star of the fall garden, that blooms with a profusion of tiny white flowers held on husky, densely branched stems. The nect...

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    First Snow Heath Aster First Snow Heath Aster Aster ericoides First Snow
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    First Snow Heath Aster (Aster ericoides 'First Snow') is a star of the fall garden, that blooms with a profusion of tiny white flowers held on husky, densely branched stems. The nectar-rich flowers are magnets for attracting all kinds of bees and butterflies including migrating Monarchs. This native aster selection is a sun-lover and easily grown in all types of soil including clay. First Snow Heath Aster is a must-have perennial for late season flowers.
  4. Pink Aster alpinus, Aster alpinus, Dwarf Alpine Aster

    Big, gorgeous lavender-pink daisies cover the tight rosettes of fuzzy leaves in late spring-early summer....

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    Dwarf Alpine Aster Dwarf Alpine Aster Aster alpinus
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    Big, gorgeous lavender-pink daisies cover the tight rosettes of fuzzy leaves in late spring-early summer.
  5. Pink and White Aster lateriflorus Lady in Black, Aster lateriflorus Lady in Black, Lady in Black Aster Close up

    Lady in Black is native wildflower with a profusion of rose-red centered white daisies in late summer and attractive purplish-black foliage. A nectar rich plant that attracts butte...

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    Lady in Black Aster Lady in Black Aster Aster lateriflorus Lady in Black
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    Lady in Black is native wildflower with a profusion of rose-red centered white daisies in late summer and attractive purplish-black foliage. A nectar rich plant that attracts butterflies and bees. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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