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why plant coreopsis seeds

Bold, two-toned flowers are deer-resistant and easy to grow

why plant Coreopsis Seeds?

Coreopsis (also known as Tickseed) is a North American native wildflower that brings bold color to gardens and meadows without asking for much in return. Deer-resistant blooms last from summer through fall and tolerate a variety of growing conditions. Plant Lance-Leaf Coreopsis for tall, swaying golden color or choose the Plains variety for two-toned flowerheads that pair bumble bee-yellow petals with berry-red centers. Drought-tolerant.