Aster pompon Golden Ball, 0.3 g, Sort type of pompon asters. Spreading shrub, small-branched, 50-60 cm high, medium-long peduncles. The inflorescence is bright lemon-colored, with a diameter of 9-9.5 cm. The variety is resistant to unfavorable weather conditions. It is used for cutting. Asters are highly cold-resistant - they tolerate frosts as low as -3-4°C. Most of the time they are grown by sprouts. Seeds are sown in March-April, and dug with the development of the first pair of true leaves. Seedlings are planted in the open ground from mid-May to early June. Under-winter sowing of asters in late October (to a depth of 5-8 cm) is also possible. Sowings are mulched with peat or sawdust to a height of 3-5 cm. In spring, in late March or early April, the crops open. Sprouts appearing at the end of April will be hardy, and the grown plants will be strong, frost-resistant and bloom abundantly. They are used for cuttings and site decoration.