White Wood Aster is an excellent groundcover for difficult shady spots. Plants form large colonies over time through seed and rhizome spread, giving a lush green look to even dry shade. In Autumn, white wood aster blooms with small, white daisy-like flowers, complementing other fall-blooming woodland wildflowers like Zigzag Goldenrod nicely. Plants can spread rapidly by seed, so flower heads may need to be removed after blooming in more formal settings.
Plug flats are a great way to fill in a large area economically - We currently provide White Wood Aster in our 50-cell deep plug flats. Space 9-12 inches apart for a solid groundcover within 1 growing season.
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|Common Name:||White Wood Aster (Plug Flats)|
|Botanical Name:||Aster divaricatus|