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Eurybia divaricata (Aster divaricatus) (White Wood Aster)

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Eurybia divaricata (syn. Aster divaricatus), often referred to as white wood aster, is a native, clump-forming perennial wildflower indigenous to most of northeastern North America. This species of aster is among the first to bloom in late summer, and its small, white flowers last until early autumn.

In its natural habitat, Eurybia divaricata grows in woodlands, meadows, and near bodies of water to between 18" and three feet tall. White wood aster provides a valuable food source for pollinators in the later months of summer and fall, and their persistent seeds are eaten by migratory birds through the late fall and into the winter.

Native to Maryland, Native to U.S., and Straight Species
Mature Plant Height: Medium: 30-48"
Deciduous
Part Shade/Sun (4-6 hours of sun) and Full Shade (less than 4 hours of sun)
Soil Moisture: Medium to Dry and Well-drained
Soil Type: Wide Tolerance, Average, and Clay
Bloom Time: Summer and Fall
Flower Color: White
Foliage color: Green
Features: Attracts Birds, Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Butterflies, Keystone Plant, Fall Color, and Host Plant for Butterflies or Moths
Tolerances: Deer Tolerant, Rabbit Tolerant, Shade Tolerant, Dry Shade Tolerant, Black Walnut Tolerant, and Clay Soil Tolerant
Garden Type: Pollinator Garden, Woodland Garden, Small Space, and Rock Garden

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