Henry™ III Pink Aster Plants produce luscious, rich, raspberry-pink, double blossoms that closely resemble the flowers of a zinnia, though much smaller. With the double blooms and the prolific blooming habit, these asters look like fluffy pink clouds when in full bloom. Asters are the reliable performers of fall gardens. They do best when planted in full sun locations in well-drained soils. Deer and rabbits seldom browse asters; butterflies flock to their late season flowers and wild bird love the small seeds.
Aster Companion Plants: Coreopsis, Fuchsia, Grasses, Kniphofia, Monarda, Phlox, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Sedum