While these plants have been called "asters" for centuries, modern scientists now feel that the group of these flowers that come from Europe are properly "asters" while the group of similar plants found in North America belong to other genera. Be that as it may, most gardeners still call these pretty daisy-like flowers "asters". They have a central core which is yellow or pink, and then a spread of thin petals that are often white but can be found in a variety of other colors.
These white aster plants flower in late summer to early fall, around the same time that the goldenrod comes out. You can find them along many of the roads in Sutton.
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Plant Photos from Sutton Massachusetts
Photos in Sutton Massachusetts