9 thoughts on “FOTD 5th October 2020: Asters

  1. Seeing your lovely asters reminded me that I need to add asters to the flower garden next year. My only asters this year are the wild ones in the woodland garden. Up in Maine where I first learned of them my friends called them Frost Flowers – they start out tiny and white in September, but gradually darken to an almost violet color as a killing frost approaches. Here in my section of New England they are pretty much the last thing that blooms.

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    • I donโ€™t have them in my garden, but here too they are the least plants of the year. We have some wild varieties on our forests. I remember them even in London where I grew up being sold on the flower markets

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