symphyotrichum novae-angliae

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Related to Aster novae-angliae: Helenium autumnale, Aster novi-belgii, Chelone glabra, Monarda fistulosa
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new england aster

new england aster

A pretty pinkish-white flower with over 100 thin petals around a golden center, thin pointy leaves . Root used for diarrhea.
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Michaelmas daisies belong to this group, Aster novae-angliae ( from New England) and Aster novae-belgii (New York was called New Belgium) are good examples.
Aster novae-angliae has showy flowers, usually larger than A.