This dwarf compact aster has creeping rootstocks and pink, daisy-like flowers with yellow centers. It can be used on steep slopes for erosion control. Densely packed clusters of clear pink semi double flowers provide color in the garden from summer to fall.

Sun Exposure:  Full sun

Soil type:  Average

Soil PH: 

Soil Moisture: Average , good drainage

Care level:  Easy (divide every 2 or three years in spring)

Flower color: pink with yellow centers

Bloom time: late summer to fall

Foliage Color: Green

Uses and Characteristics:  Borders, erosion control,  slopes and hillsides, ground cover, spreading,  cut flower, Attracts Bees and Butterflies, Fall colour

Flower head size: Medium

Height:  12 - 16”

Spread: 12 - 20”

Growth Rate: Medium.

Propagation:  By division or by stem cutting in late spring or early summer. 

Problems:  This cultivar has high resistance to mildew and rust.   Asters may wilt and die if grown where soil is continuously wet. 

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Aster Dumosus Wood’s Pink  Zones 3-8


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