Are these the cutest, frilliest little fall flowers you've ever seen? I'm in love with these adorable Asters from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
I planted a few packets of these in a trial bed as a late crop to see how I would like them.
Talk about beautiful and hardy. They survived the first frost and are still going strong in the garden when everything else is done for the season.
See how luscious they still look!
The variety of colors and petal shapes in one mix of seed packets is brilliant!
This mix includes single petals, flat petals and curly ribbon-like petals. The multi petal flowers look almost like a Chrysanthemum. My daughter said they reminded her of those big curly ribbon bows you find at the supermarket in the gift wrap section.
It begins with pure white,
followed by lilac, then light pink, dark pink and deep purple.
The mix well with the bolder colors of late summer/fall bloomers such as,dahlias, zinnias, pincushion flowers and sunflowers.
If you've got some extra room in your cutting garden or an extra row or two on your flower farm, I highly recommend them. If some of the other varieties are this easy to grow I'm up for more amazing Asters next season.