(redirected from Asters)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to aster

References in periodicals archive ?
Or send cheques/POs, payable to Eastfields Nursery, to: People Asters Offer, Eastfields Nursery, Rookery Farm, Holbeach St Johns, Spalding, PE12 8SG.
These asters make excellent backdrops for larger flowers in bouquets, but we also like letting them shine on their own--toward the fronts of borders or in small, densely planted beds.
To order by debit/credit card call 0844 448 2451 quoting SM11361 or send a cheque made payable to MGN SM11361 to Dwarf Asters Offer (SM11361), PO Box 64, South West District Office, Manchester, M16 9HY or visit mirrorreaderoffers.
Because there are several jobs which, if carried out straightaway, will make the aster show even more splendiferous.
Asters can be planted in summer to fill gaps left by early-flowering perennials, and look great in silver, grey or pastel schemes.
TRUTHS Asters must be the world champion floppers, in horticultural terms what the Fosbury Flop is to athletics, a jump in which the athlete flings himself parallel to the ground in a bid to clear the high jump bar.
Asters are ideal late summer blooms, especially as the temperate September weather is still encouraging people to make the most of their patios.
When most other perennials stop blooming, asters are just getting started.
To make sure of really good, healthy stocks of asters and solidaster, dig up the plants every two or three years, take off the strongest outside growths and re-plant them.
Some flowers - like asters, marigolds, zinnias and mums - have to be fully open when you cut them or they won't last long.
THERE was a time when these perennial stalwarts, also known as asters, went out of fashion, but they are worthy plants which add structure and colour to a border.
Asters produce prolific quantities of seed and while some varieties come true from seed most species hybridise freely producing seedlings different from the parents.
Q I WAS given some dwarf asters and planted them as instructed on the leaflet.