Aster New England Sun & Partial Shade Perennial Flower Seeds

Aster New England Perennial Flower SeedsOrigin: US Native Other Common Names: Hardy Aster, Michaelmas Daisy
Duration: Perennial
Bloom Time: Late Fall
Height: 36″ to 60″ S
pacing: 18″ to 24″
Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Wet to Medium
USDA Zone: 3a-9b

Symphyotrichum novae-angliae (formerly Aster novae-angliae), commonly known as the New England Aster, is an herbaceous perennial in the composite family. It is native to almost every area in North America east of the Rocky Mountains, but excluding the far north of Canada as well as some of the southern United States.

One of the most beautiful of the large Asters, this showy perennial wildflower brightly displays Autumn’s royal colors! Bursting with deep lavender and rose blooms, this fall beauty seems to be the grand finale of the season. An excellent choice for attracting butterflies and other nectar-loving pollinators !

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