Beginning in August, Boltonia asteroides var. recognita (False Aster) puts on an exuberant display of small daisy-like white flowers with yellow centers that flower for at least a month. At about three to five feet high, False Aster is a welcome burst of color and an important late-season nectar and energy source for pollinators including Monarchs. Naturally found in wet prairies and marshes this beautify flower will not disappoint in a home rain garden.
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