Garden aster divaricatus. White wood aster. Takes dry shade

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Pair it with huechera villosa. Autumn bride huechera with gentian Andrewsii Geranium Jolly Bee. Persicaria Armitage says let it stick out from under astilbes and hosta bergenias so flowers are shown off but lanky stems are hidden Sun or shade. Tolerates dry Possibly aggressive spreader is some situations

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New England Natural Habitat Gardening: White Wood Aster.the New England "Grow-anywhere" Plant

A showy shade-loving aster, Aster divaricatus has clusters of bright white flowers in late summer that light up the late season woodland scene. The glossy, deep green foliage of the White Woodland Aster looks great all season. Plants, Asclepias Tuberosa, Flowers, Bloom, Woodland Flowers, Woodland Garden, Native Plants, Shade Plants, Shade Garden

White Woodland Aster

Commonly called White Wood Aster, Aster divaricatus bears clusters of white flowers in late summer that brighten the shade garden. The deep green foliage looks good all season-long

Aster divaricatus White wood aster from North Creek Nurseries

Aster divaricatus White wood aster from North Creek Nurseries

White Wood Aster-Eurybia divaricata (L. Nesom - My mom's yard is saturated with this delicate beauty. I am waiting for seeds :) Wild Plants, Plants, Geraniums, Shrubs, Wildflower Garden, Native Garden, Seed Bank, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Native Plants

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 Dainty narrow black stems laden with masses of tiny pinky white flowers from late summer onwards. Good in light shade to sunny open spots.

Aster divaricatus

Unlike most other species of Fall Aster, this one is suitable for shady sites. A North American native wildflower, this grows well under shrubs and at the edge of woodland gardens. Plants, White Flowers, Shrubs, Laurel Plant, White Flowering Plants, Wild Flowers, Perennials, Woodland Garden, Moon Garden

Plant Profile for Aster divaricatus - White Wood Aster Perennial

Aster divaricatus (White Wood Aster)

Aster lateriflorus - like a super tough easy to grow babys breath with a similar effect in bouquets or the border. Grows in sun or shade Flower Pots, Garden Help, Plants, Flowers, All Plants, Bloom, Pink Perennials, Pink Garden, Perennials

Aster lateriflorus (syn. Symphyotrichum lateriflorum) 'Prince'

Always to remain one my favored asters because of its elegant dark leaves liberally sprinkled with white, raspberry-pink-centered flowers in summer — profuse tiny delights make a cloud of bloom — a prince of a plant. Stiff, tight, shrubby growth, 2 x 2 ft. Minimum temperature: -30° F

A showy shade-loving aster, Aster divaricatus has clusters of bright white flowers in late summer that light up the late season woodland scene. The glossy, deep green foliage of the White Woodland Aster looks great all season. Plants, Asclepias Tuberosa, Flowers, Bloom, Woodland Flowers, Woodland Garden, Native Plants, Shade Plants, Shade Garden

White Woodland Aster

White Woodland Aster is one of the first Asters to bloom. The bright white flowers with yellow disc centers appear in late summer to brighten the late season shade garden. Dark colored stems contrast beautifully with the white flowers …