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From late September, the plants that exert the most magnetic pull, through both their colour and stature, are New England asters, Aster novae-angliae.
Because of mildew many gardeners reel from the very thought of introducing asters into their garden.
All asters do well in sun or light shade in reasonable soil, but need to be kept well watered in dry soils.
Unfortunately this group is the most susceptible of the autumn flowering asters to powdery mildew disease which can spoil the foliage with a white fungal bloom, eventually causing leaves to turn black and fall.
More than 35 species of asters grace New York's marshes, fields, swamps, forests and mountains; more even than the multitude of goldenrod species that share autumn's stellar limelight from August through October.
ASTERS are kings of the autumn border, providing cool-coloured flowers, from September to Christmas - which is why they're also known as Michaelmas daisies.
Many asters aren't good vase candidates because they will too quickly when cut.
Asters, which come in a huge variety of colours, thrive in sun or partial shade in rich, well-drained soil.
Some flowers - like asters, marigolds, zinnias and mums - have to be fully open when you cut them or they won't last long.
We marked 40 yellow disk asters and 40 red disk asters.
Dwarf Asters Mixed are a very popular summer-flowering perennial, ideal for growing at the front of a border or in a rockery.