Asters are fuss-free additions to any fall garden. Learn growing information and different types of aster flowers for a fall garden that shines.
[MUSIC] Many Asters are North American natives broadly adapted to a variety of growing conditions and climates. Asters are banner perennials for late summer and fall color, extending interest until the very end Mid of the growing season. Bees, butterflies and other pollinators love Aster's nectar-rich flowers, which provides them with sustenance till the very end of the fall. Tatarian Aster is a novel Aster primarily because of its height. It's one of the last Asters to bloom late into the fall with starry, azure blue flowers Unlike other asters Avondale, a cordials of heartleaf aster, sports hundreds of starry little flowers of shades of blue later into the Fall. While many asters grow in full sun, eastern star is made for shade. peppering it's way through hostas and other fall perennials. To carry the shade garden to a strong fall finish. Some asters even do well in containers, like this colorvar of Aster Novi-belgii. Asters are low care, sustainable perennials forming dense root systems that allow them to thrive for many seasons without fuss or trouble.