Aster Autumn Jewels Granat
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5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
Aster Autumn Jewels Granat Overview
Symphyotrichum 'Granat' is a hardy, herbaceous perennial that produces semi-double, bright pink flowers. Foliage is lance-shaped and the leaves are coloured dark green, this plant can get to 1.2m tall, making it a great architectural plant to add to the back of mixed borders. It produces open sprays of yellow-centred flowers 5cm across, with many narrow pink rays, opening from late summer to late autumn. This cultivar is part of the Autumn Jewels Series, it may be known by a variety of common names and has recently undergone a genus change, from Aster to Symphyotrichum. Some regularly used common names for this plant cultivar include Aster Autumn Jewels Granat, Symphyotrichum Granat and Aster 'Kiastgranat'.
Common problems with Aster Autumn Jewels Granat
How to harvest Aster Autumn Jewels Granat
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Aster Autumn Jewels Granat
Divide clumps in late spring every 3 years to maintain vigor.