Drummond's Aster (Symphyotrichum drummondii)

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Produces lots of small, showy lavender flowers. Tolerates a wide range of conditions.
Item #: SYDRU
Binomial Symphyotrichym drummondii, Aster drummondii

Drummond's aster is an easy plant to grow and tolerates a wide range of environmental conditions--dry to wet, sunny to shady. The lavender or pale, purplish blue flowers are attractive to many pollinators late in the year. The center of the flowers (the disk florets) start out pale yellow and develop to a reddish purple as the flowers mature. It can spread by short rhizomes (as well as seed) and may be best suited for areas where it can naturalize on its own.
Uses: Bees, butterlies, natural areas
Bloom time: August - November
Height: 1.5 to 3.5 feet
Space: 1 to 2 feet
Sun: Sun to shade
Moisture: Dry to wet

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