Marie III Dark Pink Aster Plants form bushy clumps that are loaded with fully double, zinnia-like blossoms in a vivid, bright purplish-pink. These fall asters are favorites for autumn color and are magnets for late season pollinators. Plants can be trimmed anytime before July for a fuller look. 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 flowers and wild bird love the small seeds.
Companion Planting: Coreopsis, Fuchsia, Grasses, Kniphofia, Monarda, Phlox, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Sedum
Byron B on 6/15/2018 11:41:11 AM
Comment: Plants arrived all alive and are doing great in the flower beds.
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