Medium blue, fine textured single ray flowers in September and October. Aromatic foliage. Selected from native plant.
ASTER oblongifolius ‘Raydon’s Favorite’ – Raydon’s Favorite Aster
(aka: Symphyotrichum oblongifolium)
Medium blue, fine textured single ray flowers in September and October. This species is tolerant to drought, salt, as well as dry and clay soils. Attracts butterflies and birds which is a wonderful addition to any meadow, prairie, cottage or butterfly garden. Selected from native plant.
Sun: Full Sun
Soil: Average, Well-drained
Size: Height 2-3ft., Width 1-2ft.
Flower: Violet-blue, Showy
Bloom Time: September to October
Attributes: Showy Flowers, Tolerant to Drought, Salt, Dry and Clay Soil, Pollinator, Deer and Rabbit Resistant