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Aromatic AsterTraditional Landscape, St Louis

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Aromatic Aster / Symphyotrichum oblongifolium

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anniekendall
Annie Thornton added this to Plant These Fall-Flowering Natives in Early Summer for Pollinator LoveJun 23, 2016

1. AstersThere are tons of aster species out there and for any location, from sunny to shady and dry to moist. There’s no excuse not to have at least a couple of species to increase the bloom time succession in your wildlife garden. Aromatic Aster(Symphyotrichum oblongifolium)Native from eastern Montana south to parts of New Mexico, then east from Pennsylvania to AlabamaAbsolutely one of the last plants to bloom in the wild or my garden, aromatic aster forms a shrubby mound about 18 inches tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. If you have dry soil in full sun, this aster will thank you wholeheartedly. This is an easy native flower to grow, with a shape that lends itself even to somewhat formal beds.See how to grow aromatic aster

benjaminvogt
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to Great Design Plant: Aromatic Aster Keeps on BloomingSep 27, 2013

Planting notes. Give it hot sun and dry soil and it will thank you. Seriously. Once established it's one of the most carefree asters on the planet. All kinds of late-season insects gather nectar from it as they end migrations or buckle down for winter hibernation. Give it more sun for more flowers, but it can take a fair amount of shade.

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Nita T added this to GardenFeb 25, 2019

aromatic aster- there is also smooth aster variety

sashaross73
Sasha Ross added this to Plants for the GardenApr 27, 2017

Aromatic aster - plant on hill below gated fence area, full sun and little maintenance

lynnjoseph
lynnjoseph added this to MeadowsMar 12, 2017

Symphyotrichum oblongifolium Common name: Aromatic aster October Skys

annmcm202
annmcm202 added this to McMullen perennials, etc.Oct 2, 2016

Aromatic Aster, Symphyotrichum oblongifolium

aleris
aleris added this to landscapeJul 3, 2016

Plant These Fall-Flowering Natives in Early Summer for Pollinator Love

pattommil
pattommil added this to WildflowersFeb 16, 2014

Planting notes. Give it hot sun and dry soil and it will thank you. Seriously. Once established it's one of the most carefree asters on the planet. All kinds of late-season insects gather nectar from it as they end migrations or buckle down for winter hibernation. Give it more sun for more flowers, but it can take a fair amount of shade.

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