1. What advantages do aster flowers have?
Ans - Many pollinating insects are attracted to asters and goldenrods in the late season. They provide food and refuge for a variety of birds and small animals in the winter, who eat the seeds and find cover in the dried stalks.
2. What function does aster serve?
Ans - Although the aster flower has many symbolic connotations, in general, the flower is most often associated with love, understanding, and faith. The aster has come to stand for daintiness, endurance, and charm in Victorian society. The aster is recognised as the September birth flower.
3. What is the lifespan of aster plants?
Ans - Asters require full sun, or at least six hours of daily direct sunlight. In excess shadow, they become lanky and floppy. From early spring through late October, asters typically flower for weeks.