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Asia, Gulf Coast States, Mexico, Orange - California, Orange - New Jersey
Sortotype of pomponous rare asters. The bush is sprawling, branchy, 50-60 cm high, pedicels of medium length. Bright lemon inflorescence, 9-9.5 cm in diameter. The variety is resistant to adverse weather conditions. It is used for cutting.
Description of golden aster: Silky stems, often with a purplish stain, grow to 3 feet in height with leaves that are woolly when young, becoming smooth with age. The leaves have a pronounced midrib. Flower sprays are bright yellow, blooming in late summer and on into fall. Ease of care: Easy.
Growing golden aster: Golden asters like full sun or just a bit of shade, doing well in hot weather with average garden soil. This is a good drought-resistant plant found growing in sandy soil in the wild.
Propagating golden aster: By division or by seed.
Uses for golden aster: The golden aster is fine for the wild garden or planted in borders. It makes a fine addition to the autumn garden, where it will mix well with other asters. Seeds sown in early spring will produce flowering plants the first year.
Golden aster related species: Hairy golden aster (Chrysopsis villosa) is a large plant with woody foliage.