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ASTER novae-angliae

New England Aster. Sun. 36-60".

Purple blooms.Sept-Oct. Even

moisture for best growth. Native to

the Northeast.

This showy native is a favorite

nectaring stop for migrating butterflies!

Vigorous upright stems from three to five

feet present prolific purple blooms from

August through September

A back of the border specialist with

excellent wildlife values!

An Arctic Zone 3 hardy!

Zone 3-8

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