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aster?

Posted by malorn 7 S.E. Mass (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 13, 09 at 11:36

This looks like some sort of purple aster growing straight up through my beloved hydrangea..

The flower is a light purple with yellow center (can't see well in pic) and the plant is currently is almost 4 ft tall...

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RE: aster?

Looks like one of the fleabanes.
hortster

Here is a link that might be useful: Fleabane


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RE: aster?

  • Posted by malorn 7 S.E. Mass (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 15, 09 at 18:15

thank you


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RE: aster?

My reply won't be any help but I have the same flower in my garden. I read that asters bloom late and I also thought that mine was an aster until I googled the blooming time. They seem to grow straight up and the fleabane seems to be much fuller. I am trying to find also what it is so that I either pull it out as a weed or keep it.


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It is fleabane. However plants sold as asters can bloom from early summer to frost. Just depends on what kind.


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