white wood aster

NOUN
  1. rhizomatous perennial wood aster of eastern North America with white flowers
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  • In dry, open woodlands, thickets, and roadsides, from August to October, we find the dainty White Wood Aster (_A. divaricatus_) -- _A. corymbosus_ of Gray -- its brittle zig-zag stem two feet high or less, branching at the top, and repeatedly forked where loose clusters of flower-heads spread in a broad, rather flat corymb. Wild Flowers Worth Knowing
  • They smiled and continued down slope, past a bank of lowbush blueberries and white wood asters. NYT > Home Page
  • Walk among mature trees in their fall colors and enjoy late-blooming perennials such as white wood aster, goldenrod and Joe-Pye weed. 2 p.m. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens. Green Scene: The bounty of fall includes tours, lectures and workshops
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