Fall garden planting guide New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) is one of the showiest North American native crops within the fall lawn. Vibrant pink petals and contrasting yellow to orange facilities are visually attractive to both gardeners & pollinators. With pollinators needing a continuing supply of pollen and nectar during the growing season, New England aster fills a very powerful area of interest in overdue September & October, as few different crops flower this late within the season. Use it in casual prairie plantings, butterfly or pollinator gardens, rain gardens or conventional perennial borders, or at pond edges, the place fall colour is wanted.
With bold red flora easily available to pollinators, New England aster gives loads of passion in the autumn lawn.