Aster novi-belgii


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Related to Aster novi-belgii: Monarda fistulosa, Lobelia siphilitica, Eupatorium maculatum
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North American perennial herb having small autumn-blooming purple or pink or white flowers

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Right is a flower from the Aster novi-belgii that she avoids at Glebe Cottage because they are more prone to mildew
Better still do not grow them in hot, dry conditions because powdery mildew thrives in these conditions, especially among varieties of aster novi-belgii although some of these should never be banished from the garden in spite of the threat of mildew.
It was begun by Edward Ballard, a chemist and hobby gardener who became a nurseryman by default, as a result of his success in raising exquisite new varieties of Aster novi-belgii, also known as New York asters.
The most widely cultivated types are varieties of aster novi-belgii and vary in height from 12ins - Jenny (purplish red) and Audrey (mauve) to 36 or even 48ins - Winston S.
But so many superior varieties are now available from the North American Aster novi-belgii, the plant is indispensable in the autumn garden, so long as specimens are divided at least every fourth spring when all but the young outer shoots should be discarded.
Alternatively, try the pink and purple shades of a variety of Aster novi-belgii, which is compact, bushy and suitable for container planting.