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Aster divaricatus Eastern Star is a charming perennial plant that produces delicate star-shaped white flowers with yellow centers in late summer to fall. The plant is highly valued for its dainty blooms and fine texture, making it a popular choice for woodland gardens and naturalized areas. It is also easy to grow and maintain, making it an excellent option for gardeners of all levels of experience.
• Height: 60-90 cm (24-36 in)
• Spread: 45-60 cm (18-24 in)
• Flower color: White with yellow centers
• Flowering period: Late summer to fall
• Foliage: Green, narrow, and slightly hairy
• Sunlight requirements: Partial shade to full shade
• Soil requirements: Moist, well-draining soil, pH 5.5-7.5
• Hardiness Zone: 4
Aster divaricatus Eastern Star is an excellent choice for woodland gardens, shaded borders, and naturalized areas. The plant's delicate white flowers and fine-textured foliage make it a standout in any garden or landscape.
Aster divaricatus Eastern Star is a hardy, low-maintenance plant that provides delicate white flowers to shaded areas when other perennials have finished blooming. The plant is also highly attractive to butterflies and other pollinators, making it a valuable addition to any pollinator garden.
Aster divaricatus Eastern Star prefers moist, well-draining soil and partial shade to full shade. The plant should be watered regularly, especially during periods of drought. Deadheading the spent flowers will encourage the plant to produce more blooms. It is best to cut the plant back in late fall to prevent self-seeding.
Aster divaricatus Eastern Star is a charming and valuable addition to any shaded garden or landscape. Its delicate white flowers, fine-textured foliage, and attractiveness to pollinators make it a must-have plant for any gardener looking to add interest to their shaded space.