'Peachie's Pick'?is a?strong cornflower-blue, with 2- to 3-inch daisies arising?over modest?plants just 8 to 12 inches tall and 12 to 20 inches wide. Perfect in front of Daylilies of all colors, it is also a stylish?edging for walkways, perennial borders, or the sunny garden path!?Set it into containers and enjoy?the rich blue hues?up close on the patio!
Named for the Mississippi plantswoman who discovered and grew it, Peachie Saxon,?'Peachie's?Pick' is a hardy performer in just about any hot, humid climate?and less extreme temperatures all the way north through zone 5. Unlike some Stokes' Asters, 'Peachie's Pick' won't flop or droop; these cheery daisies stay steady, lifted toward the sun!
Stokes' Aster is a native American plant, so it's largely?tolerant of?pests and diseases.?Capable of growing in just about any garden soil, it thrives in full sun to part shade and well-drained?soil. Space plants about 10 inches apart for good coverage. Zones 5-9.