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Native to the Eastern United States, this wildflower typically grows in dry open woodlands, primarily in Appalachian mountain areas. Use this plant in open shade gardens, woodland areas, native, pollinator, or cottage gardens. It is a tough native plant that is tolerant to drought, heavy shade, dry soil, and shallow-rocky soil. Shearing the plant to 6 inches in early summer produces a more compact plant. 
Moisten the soil lightly. Direct sow by scattering several seeds at intervals of 15 to 18 inches. Cover with 1/8" of fine soil.

Eurybia divaricata, White Wood Aster

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