An early variety from a wonderful series of large flowering shear asters of peony type, with very large inflorescences. The bush height up to 100 cm, wide, sprawling, forms a large number of strong pedicels. Magnificent pink inflorescences are thick, spherical shape, diameter more than 12 cm. Tongue flowers - rectangular. This series of aster has a high resistance to disease and adverse weather conditions, and has a long and abundant flowering from July to September, which gives a great material for cutting into bouquets. It is also used to decorate mixed flower beds, slaves, flowerbeds. It prefers sunny, wind-protected areas with well-drained and fertilized soils.
While asters can be grown from seed, germination can be uneven. You can start the seeds indoors during the winter by sowing seeds in pots or flats and keeping them in the refrigerator for 4 to 6 weeks to simulate winter dormancy. They need this period of colder weather to kickstart germination. Sow seeds one inch deep in soil, placing them in a sunny spot in your home. Plant young plants outside after the danger of frost has passed in the spring. (See local frost dates.) The best time to plant young asters is in mid- to late spring. Fully-grown, potted asters may be planted as soon as they become available in your area (typically in the fall). Space asters 1 to 3 feet apart, depending on the type and how large it’s expected to get. Give plants plenty of water at the time of planting. Add mulch after planting to keep soil cool and prevent weeds.