Japanese Aster ‘Alba’
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The Japanese Aster flower is very similar to that of a daisy with its white petals and yellow centre. However the flowers are much larger in sprays that top clusters of branching stems throughout summer into autumn. Like daisies, the flowers are ideal sources of nectar for insects.
Independently certified by ‘On the way to PlanetProof’ this plant has been cultivated by sustainable methods which are better for nature, the environment, climate and animals.
- Scientific Name
- Kalimeris incisa alba
- Growing Conditions
- Grows to
- Flowering Months
- Jun., Jul., Aug.