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Blooming occurs in late fall or early winter; a characteristic that gives it its other common name of "frost" aster. It dies back to the ground each winter, but maintains its many stems above ground well into spring. By late summer, the stems are 2-3 feet tall. As the flower buds develop, they may arch over a bit and form a mound up to 3 feet across. Asters are exceptional magnets for pollinating insects and because these are open so late in the season.
Perennial. 1 gallon pot. Grown by Wise Hands.