imageAster divaricatus is a native white wood aster. White booms dancing in the woodland atop green foliage. blooming in late summer through fall.
imageAster Purple Dome is one of the most popular asters. I t is well suited to a garden environment making purple domes of blooms.



We also offer Woods Aster Pink , Purple and Blue, as well as Raspberry Swirl , and Lady n Black.

Aster divaricatus adapts to dry shade and will do fine in a wetter woodland area. Its flowers reach 2-3′ and does well in zones 3-8.

Aster Woods Blue Purple, and Pink are 8-12″ high blooming late summer to fall. good for zones 3-9. They do well in most soils and are ok in sun to light shade.

Aster Lady N Black has striking black foliage with white flowers with raspberry centers. blooming sept to october 3-4 feet high, zones 5-9. Pinch in june for better blanching.

Aster novi-belgii Raspberry Swirl is 18 – 24″ of stunning large  raspberry red blooms.

Picture are examples of our 72s and 21s of asters. they are ready to go into any container. also consider direct planting the 21 size for a naturalized landscape.



Perennial plant propogator for Creekhill nursery. Over 40 years of experience with lots of plants from foliage, cut flowers, seasonal potted plants, annuals and perennials. A plant geek and nerd, i am

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