Elf Stoke’s Aster

Elf Stoke's Aster
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Heavy Blooming Compact AsterThe Elf Stokesia, (Stokesia laevis ‘Elf’), is a prolific-blooming, compact aster. It would look lovely as a foundation planting or used in a butterfly or cutting garden.Your Elf will begin to bloom in June and continue on into August. The two inch lavdender flowers create a striking picture with their fluffy appearance and coloration that varies from rich lavender at the outer edges fading inward to a white center.The dark green, lance-leaf foliage provides a dramatic backdrop for the lavender and white blooms, setting the plant off to perfection in any garden setting.These small asters’ compact nature makes it perfect for those hot sunny places where you’d like some color but don’t have much room.The Elf Stokesia has strong, erect stems that won’t easily break or bend, so you don’t have to worry about strong winds or weather spoiling its perfection.For abundant blooming in a compact, durable plant, look no further than the Elf Stokesia L.* Long Bloom Time* Compact Plant* Heat Tolerant.

Alma Potschke Aster

Alma Potschke Aster
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The Aster ‘Alma Potschke’, Aster novae-angliae, displays a beautiful, bright neon rose pink daisy-like flower that is about quarter-sized.The flowers blooms in early fall to frost. ‘Alma Potschke’ is very attractive with a plant width of 34-40” and a height of 18-24”.It is a major attractor to butterflies and bees. ‘Alma Potschke’ is best planted in masses, borders and natural areas. It is also perfect for flowerbeds, shrub beds or colorful containers.Aster ‘Alma Potschke’ does require full sun, but can take some afternoon shade. This aster thrives in a moderate soil range with good drainage that does not become extremely dry during the summer.Aster ‘Alma Potschke’ makes an excellent container plant or front of the garden feature and looks great with ornamental grasses.This plant may be divided every 3 to 4 years in the spring.* Attracts butterflies* Late summer flowers .

Blue Autumn Aster

Blue Autumn Aster
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Blue Asters All Fall!Aster Blue Autumn, Aster ‘Blue Autumn’ PPAF, is covered with hundreds of daisy-like deep blue flowers with bright yellow centers that put on a spectacular show late summer through fall.The healthy dark green foliage of ‘Blue Autumn’ PPAF has a 18″ compact mounding habit and is very resistant to mildew.You can always count on your Asters to put on a delightful, refreshing show every autumn and attracts butterflies!Aster ‘Blue Autumn’ is a rather new hybrid touting resistance to mildew. Great for summer color in beds, borders or containers, it produces excellent cut flowers.To increase bloom time, deadhead after the first initial flowering. Asters will do best in a full sun area with morning shade and well-drained soil. It should not stay wet while in dormancy.Divide this aster every other year for best results.*Blizzard of Blue Flowers in the Fall*Attracts Butterflies*Compact Plant.

Woods Purple Aster

Woods Purple Aster
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Fall Brings Profusion of Purple Blooms The Aster Woods Purple, Aster x dumuse ‘Woods Purple’, is a purple petaled daisy-like flower with a yellow center, It blooms August through October. Aster ‘Woods Purple’ makes an excellent container plant or front of the garden feature and looks great with ornamental grasses.Aster Woods Purple has emerged in the past few years with superb flowers and longer bloom times.With its perfectly clean, compact, dense and mounding, dark green, disease resistant and rust free foliage, this plant has a height: 12”-18″ and a plant spread of 24”.Aster ‘Woods Purple’ does require full sun, but can take some afternoon shade, in a moderate soil range with good drainage that does not become extremely dry during the summer.Woods Purple’ is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds and looks beautiful all season long.* Purple Blooms Through October* Full Sun Compact Plant* Attracts Butterflies, Birds, and Bees.

Aster English Countryside

Aster English Countryside
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English Countryside Aster, Aster ‘English Countryside’, makes a fabulous performance each year regardless of environmental conditions. It’s the belle of the garden and no one can resist its beauty.It makes a dramatic statement in your late summer garden with beautiful lavender-blue blooms, tinged with pink, for a 6 week period.English Countryside Aster plants form robust clumps and produce a profusion of these daisy-like flowers. It attracts butterflies and is lovely in bouquets.To increase bloom time, deadhead after the first initial flowering. English Countryside Aster will do best in a full sun area with morning shade and well-drained soil.It should not stay wet while in dormancy.Use this plant in borders, mass plantings, in perennial gardens and butterfly gardens.Pinching back the stem tips in late spring and early summer will produce denser growth and heavier blooming. This plant may be divided every few years in the spring.* Attracts butterflies .

Peachies Pick Stokes Aster

Peachies Pick Stokes Aster
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Bright Blue Attracts ButterfliesPeachie’s Pick Stokes’ Aster, Stokesia laevis ‘Peachie’s Pick’, is a newer variety that produces large blue flowers in mid to late summer. It has healthy dark green foliage.Peachie’s Pick Stokes’ Aster is known to be the longest blooming stokesia on the market! Stokesia ‘Peachie’s Pick’ has a very compact upright habit, growing to just 18″ tall and topped with dozens of blooms at a time!’Peachie’s Pick’ Stokes’ Aster will do best in a full sun area with morning shade and well-drained soil. It should not stay wet while in dormancy. Great for summer color in beds, borders, or containers. It produces excellent cut flowers. To increase bloom time, deadhead after the initial flowering.Stokes Aster is not particular about soil types but they do need to be kept watered. Plants can be cut back to basal foliage after they finish blooming.Use this plant for summer color in beds, borders, or containers. It produces excellent cut flowers.* Blue Flowers in Late Summer* Long Bloom Time* Rabbit Resistant.

Woods Blue Aster

Woods Blue Aster
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Prolific autumn blooms on a carefree perennial.Woods Blue Aster, Aster x dumosus ‘Woods Blue’, features an abundance of blue flowers with adorable yellow centers atop a 12-inch plant.  The daisy-like blossoms appear throughout autumn and the dark green foliage is compact and relatively carefree.Add some bright fall color to your yard with a Woods Blue Aster!* Rust free foliage* Disease resistant* Adaptive to a variety of soils* Rabbit resistant* Great for containers* Wonderful cut flower* Wildlife interest .

Woods Pink Aster

Woods Pink Aster
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The Woods Pink Aster, Aster x dumosus ‘Woods Pink’, has clear pink flowers with gold centers and daisy-like flowers blooming August through September.With its perfectly clean, compact, dark green, disease resistant and rust free foliage, this plant has a height of 12” and a plant spread of 24”. ‘Woods Pink’  Aster has emerged in the past few years with superb flowers and longer bloom times.Aster ‘Woods Pink’ does require full sun, but can take some afternoon shade, in a moderate soil range with good drainage that does not become extremely dry during the summer.Aster ‘Woods Pink’ makes an excellent container plant or front of the garden feature and looks great with ornamental grasses. ‘Woods Pink’ is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds and looks beautiful all season long.Use this plant in borders, mass plantings, in perennial gardens and butterfly gardens.Pinching back the stem tips in late spring and early summer will produce denser growth and heavier blooming. This plant may be divided every few years in the spring.* Attracts butterflies* Summer blooming* Great in containers   .

Sapphire Aster

Sapphire Aster
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The Aster ‘Sapphire’, ‘Aster x dumosus’, a Proven Winners selection, has large, fluffy, lilac blue flowers with yellow centers blooming August through September.With its perfectly clean, compact, dark green, disease resistant and rust free foliage, this plant has a height of 12-15” and a plant spread of 24”.Aster ‘Sapphire’ does require full sun, but can take some afternoon shade. Place in a moderate soil range with good drainage that does not become extremely dry during the summer.Aster ‘Sapphire’ makes an excellent container plant or in front of the garden feature and looks great with ornamental grasses.‘Sapphire’ is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds and looks beautiful all season long. PPAFUse this plant in borders, mass plantings, in perennial gardens and butterfly gardens.Pinching back the stem tips in late spring and early summer will produce denser growth and heavier blooming. This plant may be divided every few years in the spring.* Attracts butterflies.

Professor Kippenburg Aster

Professor Kippenburg Aster
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Striking Daisy-like Purple FlowersThe Aster ‘Professor Kippenburg’, Aster novae-angliae, has beautiful vivid purple daisy-like flowers that cover the plant. The flowers are 1-2” wide with a plant width of 12-18” and a height of 18-20”. It is a definite showstopper.‘Professor Kippenburg’, blooming in the early fall till frost, is a definite butterfly and bird attractor. ‘Professor Kippenburg’ looks great in borders and mass plantings. The effect is indescribable.Aster ‘Professor Kippenburg’ does require full sun, but can take some afternoon shade, in a moderate soil range with good drainage that does not become extremely dry during the summer.Pinching back the stem tips in late spring and early summer will produce denser growth and heavier blooming. This plant may be divided every few years in the spring.Aster ‘Professor Kippenburgs’ make an excellent container plant or front of the garden feature and looks great with ornamental grasses. Use this plant in borders, mass plantings, in perennial gardens and butterfly gardens.* Attracts butterflies* Months of blooms* Sun loving .

Purple Dome New England Aster

Purple Dome New England Aster
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Vivid Purple Flowers Until FrostThe Purple Dome New England Aster, Aster novae-angliae ‘Purple Dome’, has vivid purple daisy-like flowers with yellow centers and blooms profusely.The flowers are 1-2” wide with a plant width of 2-3 feet. This aster is a definite showstopper!Aster Purple Dome bloom in the early fall till frost and completely cover the plant. It is a definite butterfly and bird attractor.Requiring full sun, ‘Purple Dome’ can take some afternoon shade, in a moderate soil range with good drainage. It should not become extremely dry during the summer.Aster Purple Dome makes an excellent container plant or front of the garden feature; looks especially great with ornamental grasses.This delightful, compact, mounded plant looks stunning in borders and mass plantings. The effect is indescribable!*Blooms Late Summer Through Frost*Attracts Butterfiles*Sun Tolerant Compact Plant.