Colorful cheery Asters

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All of the asters that I planted in my garden beds in June are blooming their little heads off now. I believe the Asters are pom pom asters … whether they are or not, they sure do look like Pom poms don’t they?

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These bright and cheery flowers should bloom in my garden until late September or even well into October if the weather holds out.

Do you grow Asters in your garden?

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Comments

  1. I love you flower pics!! I remember you asked me, why I don’t take macro shots as well. Well after some digging, I realized why I can’t take them. I don’t have the right type of lens for my Nikon :(
    I updated my Flickr page and it has the names of the roses you were asking about.

  2. thehunkygardener says:

    I do grow asters and I love em!

  3. Love your garden, the way you describes it and those wonderful macro pics. We have asters in Norway too – one of my faves.

    Wishing you a great week ahead :-)

  4. Asters are lovely flowers. I don’t grow them–no one does here–but they would be nice. If they last that long where you live, they’d probably last all winter here. I would have to do a lot of soil amendments to manage it, and I’ve always resisted that.
    Aiyana

  5. flowers are nice to our eyes and make us relax plus the fragrance it has make everyone relax.

  6. love the colors…pink and purple. they are so pretty.

  7. Definately pompoms!

  8. The colors are absolutely perfect!

  9. Healthy Family Tips says:

    HI Im laura a sahm. I also had a garden and I love your pictures. how i wish i could grow them in my garden. hope you can give me tips on how to grow them beautifully.
    thanks

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