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Symphyotrichium novae-angliae

New England aster

Symphyotrichum novae-angliae, New England aster, is one of the most attractive and common asters that thrives in moist full sun meadows. From mid August through October, New England aster produces numerous flowers ranging in color from pale lavender to deep purple, standing 3-6’ tall. Typically deer resistant and excellent as a cut flower, the New England aster is a must for open moist habitat.

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Color Purple
Detailed Description for Symphyotrichium

Aster novae-angliae, New England aster, is one of the most attractive and common asters that thrives in moist full sun meadows. From mid August through October, New England aster produces numerous flowers ranging in color from pale lavender to deep purple, standing 3-6’ tall. Typically deer resistant and excellent as a cut flower, the New England aster is a must for open moist habitat.