Heart Leaved Aster freeshipping - Rochester Pollinators

Heart Leaved Aster (2" pot)

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Native Perennial

Sun Exposure: Partial-shade, Shade

Soil Moisture: Medium, Medium-Dry
Soil: Clay, loam, sand
Height: 3'
Bloom time: September, October
Bloom Color: Light purple
Attracts: Butterflies, bees
Pollinator Benefit: Larval Host for the Pearl Crescent butterfly and the Wavy-Lined Emerald moth; Xerces Society rating: Special Value to Native Bees (Recognized by pollination ecologists as attracting large numbers of native bees.) Supports Conservation Biological Control (A plant that attracts predatory or parasitoid insects that prey upon pest insects.)


Heart Leaved Aster (Symphyotrichum cordifolium) matures to 3’ in height and has light blue flowers. It prefers medium to medium-dry soil conditions, and blooms approximately from September to October. Heart-leaved Aster grows best in partial shade but will tolerate nearly full shade and nearly full sun. The wonderful array of blue flowers attracts butterflies and bees, and also makes an excellent cut flower. Other names are Blue Wood Aster and Aster cordifolius.

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