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Douglas Aster | Aster subspicatus

Douglas aster grows in clusters of erect leafy stems. It has pale purple flowers with long narrow petals that bloom all summer long.

Plant Details

HabitatsUpland Prairie and Savanna, Wet Prairie
Habitat NotesGrows in meadows, forest clearings, salt and fresh water wetlands.
Mature Height2’
Shade Preference
Soil ToleranceModerate moisture
Special UsesAttracts insects, bees and butterflies; Ornamental; Deer resistant