ASTER TURBINELLUS

Aster turbinellus : Michaelmas Daisy : Grows on You


Browse pictures of Aster turbinellus contributed by members along with their growing notes. Also, see who is selling Aster turbinellus and their prices. Silky Aster Aster sericeus Aster family (Aster family) Description: This native perennial plant is 1-2' tall, often sprawling along the ground. Aster vimineus: A branched, smooth 2-5' plant with a purple-tinged stem. The slender leaves are rough on the upper surface and smooth beneath, and some are toothed.
Aster turbinellus : Michaelmas Daisy : Grows on You

Aster sericeus Silky Aster Plants and Seed


Aster sedifolius, common names: Michaelmas Daisy, is herbaceous perennial plant belonging to the genus Aster of the Asteraceae family. The flowers are lavender-blue Welcome to Plant Buddy the Plant Finder Our goal is to assist you in finding Aster turbinellus hybrid Complete description of the Smooth Violet Prairie Aster (Turbinellum) including Aster turbinellus
Aster sericeus Silky Aster Plants and Seed

Small White Aster


Plant name: Prairie aster. Botanical name: Aster turbinellus, syn. Symphyotrichum turbinellum Virtues: Blooms in fall, from September to November. One of the first Aster to bloom each summer. Grows 2-5'. Hardiness Zones: 3-8: Exposure: Native: No: Deer Resistant: No : Growing Tips: Plant in average, well Noteworthy Characteristics. Native to Europe, Aster sedifolius is a clump forming aster that features terminal sprays of 1.25” diameter asters (bluish-lilac rays
Small White Aster

Wild Flower Seed: Prairie Aster(Aster tanacetifolius*)


A native of dry-mesic prairies and savannas, Aster turbinellus is one of the later-blooming Asters. It grows 1 1/2-3' tall and is generally erect, occasionally Aster comes from the Greek 'aster' meaning star and refers to the shape of the flower. turbinellus means shaped like a top. Preferred Aster turbinellus Common Name: Prairie Aster Masses of violet-blue flowers in September through October on attractive 4' well-branched plants. Photo courtesy of Kansas
Wild Flower Seed: Prairie Aster(Aster tanacetifolius*)

Midwest US Native Wildflowers – Page 02


For a glorious show in Fall, this native is one of your best bets! Masses of small violet flowers with yellow eyes are borne in airy panicles almost obscuring the Faldt lige over denne artikel på Daily Telegraph om 3 gode stauder til sensommer- og efterårshaven, nemlig Aster turbinellus, Sedum 'Purple Emperor’ Aster sericeus silky aster seed with plant descriptions, picture, hardiness zones, and natural distribution of silky aster wildflower species.
Midwest US Native Wildflowers – Page 02

Southview Nurseries – Growing and Planting on Plant Buddy the


Aster turbinellus is wiry and self supporting, and the blue-green foliage adds to the soft blue-grey haze. Flowers, which measure less than an inch across, tend to Genus: Aster Common Name: Alpine Aster Aster turbinellus Family Asteraceae Aster umbellatus Mill. flat-top aster, parasol aster, tall flat-topped white aster Aster: from the Greek aster, "a star," describing the radiate
Southview Nurseries - Growing and Planting on Plant Buddy the

What Plant.Net ASTER


Aster turbinellus hort. – A. turbinellus has narrow, dark leaves and open sprays of orange-centred, purple-blue daisies. Aster anomalus Engelm. – Soft Blue Aster. Family – Asteraceae. Stems – To -1m tall, erect, herbaceous, terete, from a slightly elongated woody caudex and slightly Aster sedifolius. This is a nice little perennial which flowers over a long period in late summer and autumn. .
What Plant.Net ASTER

NPWRC :: Midwestern Wetland Flora – USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife


Plant description for Michalmas daisy (Aster turbinellus ) of plant type Perennials Aster oblongifolius ‘Raydon’s Favorite’ Aster ‘Ochtendgloren’ Aster pyrenaeus ‘Lutetia’ Aster tataricus ‘Jindai’ Aster turbinellus; Aster ‘White Swan’ Family: Aster (Asteraceae) Flowering: August-November. Field Marks: This species differs from other white-flowered asters by having the midvein on the lower surface
NPWRC :: Midwestern Wetland Flora - USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife

Plants that look good together – Telegraph


Aster turbinellus is available at the following nurseries. We do list other varieties of Aster turbinellus . Aster turbinellus (© Anabelle De Chazal) Eucalyptus perfoliata; View from nut walk; Jubilee border in first week of October; Towards the raised beds Aster sericeus sets many attractive violet-purple flowers (15-30 rays around a yellow disk) on wide-set branches. Thriving in drier soils, Silky Aster reaches 1-3' in
Plants that look good together - Telegraph

Plants for a New Generation Backup: Aster


Search Site You are here: Home → images → homepage → Fall 2007 → Aster turbinellus (Turbinate Aster) Wildflower Seeds. One of the very last wildflowers to bloom, this aster provides attractive color in the mid-fall months Aster turbinellus (Turbinate Aster) Wildflower Seeds 1/4 Oz: (7.09g) The turbinate aster gets it's name from it's turban or top shaped flower heads.
Plants for a New Generation Backup: Aster

Aster – Flat Topped White


Aster or Michaelmas Daisies selections, including Aster cordifolius, Aster novi-belgii, Aster turbinellus, available at Digging Dog Mail Order Nursery Aster patens Ait. – Spreading Aster. Family – Asteraceae. Stems – To 1m tall, herbaceous, branching in apical 1/2, moderately antrorse pubescent (densely in A fact sheet on Prairie Aster,Aster tanacetifolius* including a detailed description of the plant, its growing conditions, history, folklore, medicinal uses, etc.
Aster - Flat Topped White

Silky Aster (Aster sericeus) – Illinois Wildflowers


Aster turbinellus . T hese graceful, airy asters make up part of the colourful late summer flower displays around Wisley, including near the Glasshouse lake, in the ASTER TURBINELLUS form 1. Lavender daisy flowers held in wiry sprays with purple stems, whole plant A little more about Aster sedifolius N – Dwarf Aster For small vase and small yard (although it would look just as nice in a large garden, too!), this tiny 12-14
Silky Aster (Aster sericeus) - Illinois Wildflowers