Growth habit: Spreading perennial
Height: 30 - 60 cm
Spread: 40 cm
Bloom Time: August - September
Bloom Colour: White with yellow centers
Light: Full sun
Moisture: Average moisture
Soil: Average garden soil
Seeding: Requires cold stratification. Plant outside in fall or cold stratify indoors. See article on stratifying seeds on the Plant Info page.
Landscape uses: When in bloom, it is a mass of tiny, white, daisy-like flowers that almost cover the whole plant. Will expand into a large patch, but is not aggressive. May sprawl.
Interesting features: Info coming soon
Natural habitat: Info coming soon
Ecology: All asters are important sources of nectar and pollen for late-season and overwintering native bees. Asters are important plants for insects, including our native butterflies, which use them both as a nectar source and as food for their caterpillars.