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Aster ericoides f. prostratus   

This prostrate heath aster grows just 4-6” tall and forms a dense foliage mat with distinctive, narrow, linear leaves and single white flowers (less than 1/2” diameter) blooming profusely Sept.-Oct. Its low, spreading nature makes it a good choice for cascading over walls and as groundcover. Excellent mildew resistance. 

    Common Name:Heath Aster
    Hardiness Zones:3-9
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in average to dry, well drained, sandy loam soil.

About Aster: Asters look lovely in the garden but they are also very effective when used in a naturalized or meadow site. Better yet, they attract butterflies!