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A North American native, Lance Leaf Coreopsis is famous for its golden blooms that last from summer all the way into fall. Deer resistant and tolerant of partial shade, this perennia...
This native annual illuminates the garden or meadow with fantastic clusters of bi-color blooms, all the way from summer into fall. Plains Coreopsis makes for gorgeous cut flowers and...
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.