A great naturalizer for shaded areas, blue wood aster brightens up shady spots and attracts pollinators.
A great naturalizer for woods’ edge and shade, Aster cordifolius features lovely arching flower stems. The blue flowers which bloom in early fall are sure to brighten up any shady spot. This plant prefers moist to dry conditions in full to light shade.
The pollen and nectar of the flowers attract a variety of important pollinating insects, including butterflies, bees, and beetles.
AKA Symphyotrichum cordifoilius
For more information on this plant, visit the USDA PLANTS Database: http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=SYCO4