Coreopsis can be either an Annual or a short-lived Perennial. Coreopsis is a steady and colorful wildflower that is a long-time favorite of meadow gardeners.
Coreospis Seeds - Radiana Tigrina
Legendary for being hardy and very easy to grow.
Coreopsis is a steady and colorful wildflower that is a long-time favorite of meadow gardeners. Legendary for being hardy and very easy to grow.
Coreopsis forms upright clumps and has a moderate growth rate. Plant them any time from early spring to fall, once the danger of frost has passed.
Annual varieties will start blooming in early summer and repeat bloom periodically through fall, while perennial varieties will begin blooming the second year after planting
Flowering from spring through to autumn this is a great plant to add to your collection with stunning rich crimson-colored flowers that are daisy-like in shape and are toothed at the tips with jewel-like golden centers.
Care of coreopsis is simple once flowers are established. Deadhead spent blooms on growing coreopsis often for the production of more flowers. Growing coreopsis may be cut back by one-third in late summer for a continued display of blooms
Regardless of the type you're growing, coreopsis needs full sun, so plant them where they will receive at least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day. Coreopsis grows best in well-drained, moderately moist soils.
Coreopsis. This two-for-one bloom attracts both seed-eating birds and butterflies.
Name: Coreopsis Seeds - Radiana Tigrina
Botanical Name: Coreopsis lanceolata
Life Cycle: Annual
Light Requirement: Full Sun, Partial Sun
Planting Season: Spring
Plant Type: North American Native, Dwarf, Compact Growth, Unique Star-Shaped Blooms, Multi-Stemmed Habit, Pinnately-Compound Foliage
Features: Open Pollinated, Attracts Pollinators, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Poor Soil Tolerant, Extended Bloom Time