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From June through October, daisy-like, golden-yellow flowers bloom in clusters atop erect, one-foot stems lined with soft foliage. This aster grows best in sandy, medium-moist, well-drained soils, but it adapts to other types of soils and grows at a medium to rapid rate. 


  • Grows 1 to 2-1/2' tall and 1 to 2' wide.
  • Prefers full or part sun.
  • Grows in average to moist, sandy, loamy, rocky, and clay soils with good drainage. Drought tolerant once established.
  • Stems emerge from rosette of woolly basal leaves 3-6" long. Stem leaves are lance shaped and smaller.



Wildlife Value: Members of this genus support 3 specialized bee species. Asters are a host plant for 112 species of Lepidoptera larvae. Moderate resistance to deer.


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Aster, Maryland Golden, Chrysopsis mariana

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