white wood aster

Eurybia divaricata (white wood aster) is a vigorous North American native that produces small, abundant white flowers that bloom from August to October.

It spreads through rhizomes and can be easily propagated by division. Eurybia divaricata is tolerant of shade, deer, and dry conditions.

Botanical Name Eurybia divaricata
Common Name white wood aster
Family Asteraceae
USDA Zone 3 thru 8
Light Requirement Part Shade to Full Shade
Season(s) of interest summer, fall, winter
Height and Spread 1-2.5ft x 1.5-2.5 ft (30-75cm x 45-75cm)
Flower Color White
Attracts Wildlife Attracts Pollinators,
Additional Information Native to Chicago Region.
Location in Lurie Garden North Dark Plate, East Dark Plate

Average Flowering Time