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Asplenium trichomanes

Maidenhair Spleenwort

Native to much of the Northern Hemisphere, this delicate fern grows in a clump to 6 in. high, 8 in. wi...

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Astelia chathamica (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Astelia chathamica

Silver Leaf

Shiny, silvery swordlike leaves are 3–4 ft. long and 2–4 in. wide, forming a clump 4 ft. t...

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Aster ericoides

Heath Aster

Native to eastern North America. Grows to 3 ft. tall and 1 ft. wide, with narrow leaves and strong hor...

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Aster lateriflorus

North American native. Species grows to 4 ft. tall, 1 ft.wide. Garden selections are shorter (to 2 ft....

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Aster novae-angliae

Aster novae-angliae

New England Aster

Native from Vermont to Alabama, west to North Dakota, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Stout-stemmed plant to ...

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Aster novi-belgii

Aster novi-belgii

New York Aster

Native to eastern North America. To 4 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide, with full clusters of bright blue-violet f...

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Aster pilosus pringlei

Pringle’s Aster

Eastern U.S. native known in cultivation through its variety ‘Monte Cassino’, a familiar f...

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Aster x frikartii

Aster x frikartii

One of the finest, most useful and widely adapted perennials. Hybrid between A. amellus and

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Asteriscus sericeus (photo courtesy of San Marcos Growers)

Asteriscus sericeus

Canary Island Daisy

To 3 ft. tall and wide, shrubbier than A. maritimus. Silky, silvery leaves set off bright yel...

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Astilbe chinensis taquetti (photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals & Perennials)

Astilbe chinensis

False Spirea

Blooms in late summer, grows taller than A. x arendsii, and tolerates dryness a litt...

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Astilbe chinensis pumila (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Astilbe chinensis pumila

False Spirea

Low mats of leaves are topped by lilac-pink flower clusters that rise to 12–15 in. high.

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Astilbe chinensis taquetii ‘Superba’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Astilbe chinensis taquetii ‘Superba’

False Spirea

Bright pinkish purple flowers in spikelike clusters that grow to 4–5 ft. tall.

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