Aster (Aster Alpinus Blue) - Aster Alpinus is known for adapting. It can do well in full sun or partial shade, and it's very cold tolerant. It grows readily from Aster seeds and produces abundant flowers in shades of blue throughout the summer and into early autumn.
Aster (Callistephus Dwarf Milady Rose) - Aster seeds are so rewarding to grow, and this dwarf variety is ideal for baskets and containers! Aster Milady only reaches 10 inches in height but it has large 3 inch rose colored blooms.
Aster (Callistephus Dwarf Milady Scarlet) - Start some Aster seeds and grow the perfect summer annual for the front of the border. Callistephus Dwarf Milady is a wonderful dwarf Aster with large 3 inch blooms that are brilliant scarlet red in color.
Aster (Aster Alpinus Mix) - Grow some Aster seeds and attract both bees and butterflies to your garden with Aster Alpinus. This mix of pale lavender, blue, pink, and white shades with a distinct crested center will look perfect in your rock garden.
New England Aster (Aster Novae Angliae) - This wild flower will grow in all regions of North America in full sun. New England Aster likes moisture and soil that is not heavily acidic, but grows well in meadows and will adapt to a variety of soil conditions.
Aster (Aster Alpinus Pink) - Easy-to-grow from Aster seeds! This intense pink Aster thrives in full-sun and in fertile but rather dry soils. Aster plants do well in the rock garden, front of the border or in containers.
China Aster (Callistephus Chinensis Powder Puff) - Attract attention to your garden by starting some Aster seeds! This wonderful China Aster flower seed produces double flowers atop two-foot high stems. Powder Puff Aster is one of the most popular cut flowers available from flower seed.
China Aster (Callistephus Chinensis Sea Star) - Start Aster seeds and grow many of these showy annuals for the flower beds or garden! China Asters are good as cut flowers in bouquets, beds, borders or pots because of their longevity. Visitors will do a double take when they pass these lovely and unusual China Asters.
Aster (Aster Tongolensis Wartburg Star) - Aster Wartbur Star flower seed often produces flowers the first year after sowing. The 2 1/4 inch blooms come in varying shades of light violet-blue, with tufted gold centers. They bloom mid-summer to late fall.
Aster (Aster Alpinus White) - What a charmer for the flower garden! Beautiful white daisies cover Aster Alpinus early in the season. They are ideal for containers and rock gardens, and they are considered to be easy to establish from Aster flower seed.