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Product Description

From the Greek, "Aster" in reference to the shape of the flower and its bracts. At least 200 species are found across North America with dozens in the Tallgrass Praire region alone.

Also known as Symphotrichum novae-angliae. Found throughout the Tallgrass Prairie region in a dizzying array of habitats from marshes to woodlands. Aster colonies frequently cover large areas. Often quite striking in color, the asters bloom from July through the first hard frost.

Sun Exposure               Prairie, Savanna
Soil Moisture Wet, Wet Mesic, Mesic, Dry Mesic
Bloom Time Summer, Fall
August, September, October
Bloom Color Purple
Max Height 4 feet
Wetland Code FACW
Germ Code  C(60)
Seeds Per Packet  500
Seeds Per Ounce   66,000


Edible Uses: Unknown

Medicinal Uses: The root is analgesic, astringent, expectorant and febrifuge. A poultice has been used in the treatment of pain, fevers and diarrhoea. The ooze of the roots has been sniffed in the treatment of catarrh.

A decoction of the whole plant has been used in the treatment of all kinds of fevers and in the treatment of weak skin.

Herbal Uses: Unknown

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  1. Very healthly plants 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th May 2015

    The plants arrived in a timely manner and in good condition.