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2-6' tall x 2-3' wide

Blooms August to September attract a wide variety of insects, including honeybees, bumblebees, various wasps, bee flies, butterflies, skippers and moths. Asters are a host plant for 112 species of caterpillars. Wild turkeys eat the seeds and foliage. Deer and rabbits browse the foliage helping to maintain a bushy growth habit.

Full or part sun in wet to moist soil


Aster, Shining, Symphyotrichum firmum

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