Lush, spherical inflorescences of bright colors will look great in a bed and in a bouquet! Chrysanthemum shaped asters. A luxurious large-flowered series with luxuriant spherical dense-blossom inflorescences, 10-12 cm in diameter, similar in form to chrysanthemum flowers. The flowers are bright carmine pink. The bush is sturdy, compact, columnar, 85-90 cm high. During the flowering period 10-15 inflorescences are formed on the plant. Gorgeous looks in assorted flowerbeds and flower beds. Excellent for cutting into bunches.
How to Grow Aster Flowers from Seed First, choose an appropriate planting site. Asters will do best in full sun, but many varieties can also grow in partial shade. Well-drained soil is best. Prepare the planting site, especially if it’s a new garden bed, by mixing in compost, composted manure, or another source of organic matter and nutrients. If you’ll be planting outdoors, follow the seed spacing instructions for your variety. Many asters can be spaced 3 inches (8 cm.) apart, then thinned to 12 inches (30 cm.) apart after they emerge. Whether planting indoors or outdoors, cover the seeds with 1/8 inch (0.3 cm.) of fine soil. Aster seed sowing by scattering the seeds in a wildflower planting is also perfectly fine. Water the seeds after planting, then keep them evenly moist until seedlings emerge. This can happen between 7 and 21 days after sowing, depending on the aster variety.