Aster divaricatus

Aster divaricatus is one of our favourite Asters.  It is a deciduous clump forming herbaceous perennial covered in a profusion of small white starry flowers on nearly black stems in autumn. Approx. 60cm x 60cm. Sun or part-shade in any reasonable soil. Aster divaricatus is not too big for the smaller garden providing a lovely area of interest later in the year.

Looks good planted with Actaeas(Cimicifuga), Heleniums, Rudbeckia, Eupatoriums and Veronicastrums depending on your colour spectrum.
  • Annuals: Perennial
  • Deciduous: Deciduous
  • Common Name: Michaelmas daisy
  • Features: beautiful plant for autumn and late summer interest
  • Genus: Aster
  • Species: divaricatus
  • Flower Colour: a profusion of starry white flowers
  • Foliage Colour: green leaves on nearly black stems
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