Throughout the Southeastern United States, climbing aster can be found in just about every wetland of low elevation, often in great showy displays of pink or lavender, fading eventually to nearly white. In Florida, they can be found in bloom all year long, such as this one near Gainesville, Florida.
- Rich Leighton
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- Contained in galleries
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