Heart-leaved Aster


Common Name: Heart-leaved Aster

Latin Name: Symphyotrichum cordifolium

Type: Wildflower

Exposure: Part Shade to Shade

Soil: Sand-Loam-Clay

Moisture: Dry-Slightly Moist


Description: Attractive clusters of pale blue to mauve flowers poke out above heart-shaped leaves. Expect blooms August-October. Flower stalks grow 30 to 90 cm tall with leaves growing below 20-45 cm tall.

Planting Notes: Plant in mass groupings with Wild Columbine, Foamflower and Wild Blue Phlox.