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The "Hi-No-Maru" Chinese Aster (Callistephus chinensis Hi-No-Maru) is an extremely decorative, medium tall variety that blooms from August till September. An Annual, it reaches 50 cm in height and produces subtle, tender, branched stems topped with exuberant inflorescences that resemble the beautiful pomponette daisy. What is even more important, the flower heads of the "Hi-No-Maru" asters are bi-colour: the centre consisting of long, reddish-pink tubular flowers is surrounded by a collar of white, tongue-shaped ray flowers.
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Chinese aster seeds should be sown to boxes or seeding pallets end of March and at the beginning of April. The seedlings with a few pairs of well developed leaves are transplanted on to the field in the second half of May. In warmer regions direct sow starting from mid-April on is also possible. This annual plant loves full sun and permeable, non drying and humous soil. It is recommended for border cultivation in company of the similar "Blue Moon" asters with purple-white blooms or the "Gusford Supreme" variety with white and pink flowers. It also looks great with stonecrops, rudbeckias and perennial Nova-Angliae asters.