One of the many ol' asters that got absorbed into the new Symphyotrichum classification. This is a U.S. wildflower that produces lots of classical yellow-and-white daisies. Probably not suitable for a neat border, but we'll find a place to stick a plant or two.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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- Seed from '07 trade, originally from Prairie Moon '06. Baggy 70F (14d) - 70F with light (12d; 2%G, 6d)
It looks like germination should be easy with fresh seed; this lot had likely lost most of its viability.
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March 02, 2008