Golden Aster

Chrysopsis villosa

Also called Hairy Golden Aster

  • AKA Heterotheca villosa
  • Yellow, daisy-like flowers, with 10-25 petals per flower
  • Hairy, gray leaves are oblong, occasionally toothed, usually smooth-edged
  • Spicy, sharp, sage aroma
  • Bloom Time: July to September

ZONE:
4

COLOUR:
Gold

HEIGHT:
30-40 cm

SPREAD:
30-45 cm

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Growing and Maintenance Tips:


Grows best in a well-drained, sandy soil, in full sun. Protect from excessive, winter moisture. Native plant, naturally found in the open, in sandy soils, fallow fields and along roads and railroads. Good drought tolerance.

Additional Notes about Golden Aster:


Native to Ontario

"Villosa" is Latin meaning 'hairy'.