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James H. Schutte

(Alert New York Aster, New York Aster)

Rich, colorful, purple-red daisies bedeck this sweet, compact perennial from late summer into fall. ‘Alert’ is a cultivar of New York aster, a bushy, clump-forming perennial originating from eastern North America. Its vivid, yellow-centered blossoms are complemented by bright green, lance-shaped foliage, and are highly attractive to bees, butterflies and other small, pollinating insects. The seeds that follow provide a source of food for seed-eating birds such as goldfinches.

Although quite...

(New York Aster, Niobe Aster)

New York aster ‘Niobe’ is a very compact cultivar which displays multitudes of small, pure white daisies on low-growing plants from late summer into autumn. The yellow-centered flowers are complemented by bright green, lance-shaped foliage, and are highly attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects. The seeds that follow provide a source of food for seed-eating birds such as goldfinches.

Although quite adaptable, this perennial performs best in full sun and moderately fertile,...

(New York Aster, Snow Pillow New York Aster)

New York aster ‘Snow Cushion’ freshens the garden with a profusion of frothy white, single daisies on rounded, compact plants from late summer into autumn. The yellow-centered flowers are complemented by bright green, lance-shaped foliage, and are highly attractive to butterflies and other small, pollinating insects. The seeds that follow provide a source of food for seed-eating birds such as goldfinches.

Although quite adaptable, this perennial performs best in full sun and moderately fertile,...

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Felder Rushing

(Tatarian Aster)

The tall, loose floral clusters of this hardy perennial aster are bold and striking.

Tatarian aster is a showy late season bloomer that originates from Siberia, so it is particularly cold hardy. The upright, clump-forming plant has rounded dark green leaves that are remarkably fragrant when crushed. In late summer to fall it produces upright, leafy stems from which rise broad, loose, terminal clusters of blue daisies. Each flower has violet or purple rays and a yellow center. These are irresistible...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tatarian Aster)

The tall, loose floral clusters of this hardy perennial aster are bold and striking.

Tatarian aster is a showy late season bloomer that originates from Siberia, so it is particularly cold hardy. The upright, clump-forming plant has rounded dark green leaves that are remarkably fragrant when crushed. In late summer to fall it produces upright, leafy stems from which rise broad, loose, terminal clusters of blue daisies. Each flower has violet or purple rays and a yellow center. These are irresistible...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Astilbe, Bressingham Beauty False Spirea, False Spirea)

The fine cultivar 'Bressingham Beauty' is a vigorous false spirea that produces bold plume-like pink flowers in late spring to midsummer. Asian in origin, it is a hardy clump-forming herbaceous perennial that is quite easy to grow given the correct growing conditions. It is a relatively tall selection with green and bronze compound leaves that contrast nicely with the tall pink plumes.

False spirea will tolerate full sun to partial shade and must be grown in evenly moist, well-drained soil. Its...

(Astilbe, Erica Astilbe, False Spirea)

Erica astilbe is a clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with summertime plume flowers. This hybrid cultivar has bronze leaves and a tall, slender inflorescence of pink flowers which bloom in midsummer.

Erica astilbe needs full sun to partial shade and must be grown in moist, well-drained soils and perform best in shady locations. The flowerheads fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest through winter. They function best in shade gardens, borders, rock gardens,...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Feather Lake Astilbe)

Astilbe is a stunning herbaceous perennial with fuzzy plumes that appear in summer on slender stems, following the emergence of ferny leaves that unfurl in spring. 'Feather Lake' ('Federsee') produces intense deep salmon-pink plumes in mid spring to early summer. Dried flowerheads retain garden interest through winter.

Astilbes generally prefer a partial shade location and fertile, well-drained soil. This hybrid however, will tolerate drier and sunnier locations than some of its counterparts....

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Grande False Spirea)

Tall-stemmed and offering flowers in either white, pink or deep rose in tone, 'Grande' is a stunning herbaceous perennial. Astilbe, or false spirea form fuzzy plumes of tiny flowers that appear in summer on slender stems, following the emergence of frondlike leaves that unfurl in spring. This selection is a hybrid favorite and lengthy bloomer that produces intense ivory, pink or rosy magenta plumes in late spring to midsummer. Dried flowerheads become brown and retain garden interest through winter....

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Hennie Graafland False Spirea)

Hennie Graafland false spirea is a clump-forming, herbaceous perennial that produces dark, bronze-green compound leaves and a drooping plume-like inflorescence of rose-pink in the summer. The flowerheads fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest through winter.

'Hennie Graafland' needs a well-drained moist soil in full sun to partial shade. A plant in full sun needs more moisture to remain looking its finest. It functions best in shade gardens, borders, rock...