Hordes of purple, starry flowers with yellow centers completely cover Purple Dome Aster’s lance-shaped green foliage in fall. Purple Dome Aster plants form naturally neat, compact mounds with no cutting back needed. This classic aster is famous for its fabulous late-season flower power and unusual habit for its genus. Very resilient and a show-stopper when in bloom. Mildew-resistant.
- Profuse blooms that attract butterflies
- Great color for late-season borders
- Shorter, mounding habit than native variety
Prefers fertile, well-drained soil. Can tolerate some shade. Divide as desired every third year. Prune as needed up until the first of August.