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Eurybia divaricata, also known as White Wood Aster, is a beautiful and versatile perennial. 



Thrives in a variety of soil types, including loamy, sandy, and clay soils. It prefers moist, well-drained soil but can tolerate rocky or poor soil conditions.



This plant prefers partial to full shade and can also thrive in areas with dappled sunlight. It is a great choice for woodland gardens, shaded borders, and naturalized areas.



The White Wood Aster typically grows to be about 1-3 feet tall and 1-2 feet wide, making it a perfect addition to smaller garden spaces or as a groundcover in larger areas.



This plant blooms in late summer to early fall, producing clusters of small, daisy-like white flowers with yellow centers.



Its delicate blooms add a touch of elegance to any garden, especially when paired with other late season, shade tolerant perennials like Solidago, Vernonia, and native ferns.


The White Wood Aster is not only a lovely addition to the garden, but it also serves as a valuable wildlife plant. The nectar and pollen of its flowers attract bees and butterflies, while the foliage provides cover and nesting sites for birds.



The Pearl Crescent butterfly, making it an important part of a pollinator-friendly landscape.










Eurybia divaricata (White Wood Aster)

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