"New York Aster" flower (or Michaelmas Daisy) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Aster Novi-Belgii, native to Canada and USA.

By January 16, 2018Articles

"New York Aster" flower (or Michaelmas Daisy) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Aster Novi-Belgii, native to Canada and USA.

By January 16, 2018Articles

"New York Aster" flower (or Michaelmas Daisy) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Aster Novi-Belgii, native to Canada and USA.

By Mary Ellen Ellis Growing Michaelmas daisies in the garden is a real joy. These perennials provide fall color after the blooms of summer are already gone. Also known as New York aster, these pretty, small flowers are a great addition to any perennial bed and require only a little bit of care. New York Aster Information New York aster (Aster Novi-belgii), or Michaelmas daisy, is a variety of aster that is taller, which makes it a good choice for a bed’s backdrop. Many of the cultivars of New York aster are very tall, more than two feet (.6 m.) and as tall as six feet (2 m.). Colors are varied too, with hundreds of cultivars in white, pink, purple, red, blue, yellow, orange, and even those with double blooms. New York asters in gardens are prized, not just for their height and varied color, but also for the fact

"New York Aster" flower (or Michaelmas Daisy) in Innsbruck, Austria. Its scientific name is Aster Novi-Belgii, native to Canada and USA.

By Mary Ellen Ellis Growing Michaelmas daisies in the garden is a real joy. These perennials provide fall color after the blooms of summer are already gone. Also known as New York aster, these pretty, small flowers are a great addition to any perennial bed and require only a little bit of care. New York Aster Information New York aster (Aster Novi-belgii), or Michaelmas daisy, is a variety of aster that is taller, which makes it a good choice for a bed’s backdrop. Many of the cultivars of New York aster are very tall, more than two feet (.6 m.) and as tall as six feet (2 m.). Colors are varied too, with hundreds of cultivars in white, pink, purple, red, blue, yellow, orange, and even those with double blooms. New York asters in gardens are prized, not just for their height and varied color, but also for the fact

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