Botanical name: Aster carolinianus
Common name: “Climbing Aster”
Size: 6-8′ x 2-2.5′
Light: Full sun/pt shade
Panicles of small, mauve, yellow-centered Daisies open in the fall at the ends of the long, arching stems of this native Wildflower. A fetching consort for Climbing Roses or Clematis, this Aster may also be planted in the shrub border where its branches can meander through those of nearby plants.