Symphyotrichum novae-angliae / New England Aster


Gloriously and deeply purple, New England Aster closes out summer in a blaze of intense hues, blooming alongside the solar yellows of goldenrods in meadows everywhere. A great pollinator plant and a foundational species for meadow plantings and perennial borders.

Aster species are host plants for the Pearl Crescent butterfly.

Height: 3′ – 6′        Blooms: September – October

Habitat: Average to moist, sun to part sun

Provenance: NJ


Additional information


Quart, Deep