Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
This is a sturdy, clump-forming plant with grey-green foliage of narrow ovate leaves and, from August to October. It has many ray florets of bright purple petals with a central disc of yellow that dar
This is one of the tallest forms of the single flowering daisy Aster, ideal for the front to middle of the border. Sought after for the copious bright lavender flowers with golden yellow centres
'Harry Smith' is the answer to many a gardener's prayer, producing masses of soft pink flowers and actually performing well in dry shade - among other conditions.
Ever so pretty and dainty, from late August into October 'Dark Pink' puts on a fantastic display of single deep pink daisy flowers, each with fine narrow petals circling a golden yellow boss centre
Beautiful large lilac daisy flowers are produced in profusion on this Aster in late summer.
A mildew resistant variety with lots of large pink daisy flowers in late summer. Ideal for adding strong late season colour to the front of the border, it makes great combinations with yellows,...
The large daisy flowers on this Aster have often been described as blue in the past but are in fact a delightful lilac colour.
This Aster has very large daisy flowers in a beautiful shade of violet - blooming in late summer. Best when planted in a sunny border with free draining soil. One of the biggest attributes of the ...
Specially selected for the nursery by Rosy Hardy for its tolerance of dry shade, this elegant Michaelmas daisy rightly deserves attention for its attractive large blue single flowers.
This is a sturdy, clump-forming plant with grey-green foliage of narrow ovate leaves and, from August to October, many ray florets up to 5cm across.
A vigorous clump form perennial with dark green lanceolate foliage and tall branching stems. The flowers are large daisy like structures with blue petals and a yellow central disc.
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