Add a brilliant splash of colour to the garden with these raspberry red flowers. It is lovely and bushy with well branched sprays. Each flower is around 4cm across.
The flowers of Aster 'Winston Churchill' open in profusion from late summer to autumn, bridging the gap between the two seasons. The blooms are not only fabulous in the garden they are also splendid in vases.
Aster ‘William Churchill’ won't flop about like many Asters do. It doesn't require staking either, which is one less thing to do in the garden!
Plant in borders, cottage gardens or large pots. Once established the plants don't require a lot of water, even though they grow and flowers through the hotter times of the year. They are vigorous, hardy and offer great quantities of colourful blooms.
In the language of flowers, Aster's denote love or daintiness. The word, Aster, is Latin for Star. Asters are commonly known as Easter Daisies or Michaelmas Daisies.
Asters have been botanically separated into different genus. The European species remain Aster. The North American have changed into three genera, Symphyotrichum, Eurybia and Doellingeria. We like the umbrella Aster but if you want to be correct in classification this variety would be Symphyotrichum novi-belgii ‘Winston Churchill’.
Late Summer to Autumn
Cool to Mediterranean
Unavailable in WA