European larch (Larix decidua)
Also known as:
- Large tree (more than 40 feet)
- Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily)
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False aster produces large numbers of daisy-like white to pale lavender flowers late in the summer. The attractive foliage is blue-green. Easily grown in full sun and moist soils, false aster can tolerate a variety of conditions. Useful in naturalized areas or the back of perennial beds.
This plant has some cultivated varieties. Go to list of cultivars.
False indigo is an attractive, shrubby perennial that blooms in late spring in colors of yellow, blue or purple. Plants emerge in the spring looking like black asparagus shoots. The shoots elongate into large, rounded, shrub-like plants with gray-green leaves and dark stems. Once the flowers have finished blooming, they form attractive, black seed pods which remain on the plant for winter interest. A tough, drought-tolerant perennial, these plants work beautifully all year to provide structure and color in the garden. Many interesting hybrids have been developed due to breeding efforts