(Early Sunrise Coreopsis, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Lanceleaf Tickseed)
Throughout the summer, lanceleaf tickseed provides a beautiful display of yellow daisies that are held high above the lance-like, medium green foliage of this plant. Flowers appear in early to midsummer and will continue blooming if spent blooms are removed. This tough and resilient composite is native throughout much of North America. Sun-loving and drought tolerant, this perennial prefers average, well drained soil and attracts many pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. It is well suited...
(Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Lanceleaf Tickseed, Sterntaler Lanceleaf Tickseed)
A showy, long-blooming coreopsis, ‘Sterntaler‘ is descended from an herbaceous perennial native to the southern and central U.S. It is notable for large, golden-yellow flowers with a central circle of burgundy. The plant is clump-forming, with lance-shaped leaves and thin stems that rise above them, bearing one flower each, from mid summer to frost in autumn.
Like most coreopsis, ‘Rotkehlchen’ grows and flowers best in full to part sun and well drained, average soil. It will continue to bloom...
Star tickseed is a tall, upright perennial wildflower that inhabits forest edges, open woodlands and stream edges across the southeastern United States. It has yellow daisies with jagged petal edges. These will attract butterflies non-stop from midsummer to fall. Its medium green stems and leaves are hairy, or pubescent, thus the name "pubescens".
Star tickseed performs best in full to partial sun and well-drained soil. It is tolerant of heat, humidity and also limited drought. It can withstand...
(Star Coreopsis, Star Tickseed, Sunshine Superman Tickseed)
Star tickseed dwarf selection 'Sunshine Superman' is a very short, upright perennial wildflower native to the dry woods of the southeastern United States. It has yellow daisy-like flowers with jagged petal edges that will attract butterflies non-stop from midsummer to fall. Hairy stems and leaves are a medium green color.
'Sunshine Superman' performs best in well-drained, dry to moist soils in full sun, but is tolerant of heat, humidity and also drought. It does not seem to winter well in USDA...
(Dyer's Tickseed, Golden Tickseed)
Blooming profusely in summer with yellow and maroon daisies, the Dyer's or golden tickseed is a tall, robust wildflower that’s great for naturalizing. Native to the Great Plains of central North America, it is a fast-growing annual or short-lived perennial that becomes covered with flowers from mid to late-summer and sometimes into fall, if plants are deadheaded.
Its fine green leaves are long and thickest along its long, branched, stiff stems. It has a very long, tall, top heavy habit, so it...
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Rising high above other summer-flowering perennials, the sturdy-stemmed tall tickseed dazzles with pale yellow daisies. A perennial wildflower from the interior eastern United States, it has branched stems and mid-green leaves that are made up of three linear or lance-shaped leaflets. From summer to autumn, flowers appear, attracting butterflies and bees with eight light yellow petals around a yellow center disc that quickly becomes purplish brown.
Grow tall tickseed in full sun in a well-drained,...
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(Lightning Flash Tickseed, Tall Tickseed)
Boasting bright chartreuse-yellow leaves, Lightning Flash tickseed also produces light yellow daisies in midsummer. A perennial wildflower from the interior eastern United States, it has branched stems and leaves made of three lance-shaped leaflets. The foliage emerges a bright yellow or chartreuse, and may become slightly more green-yellow in partial shade or in lower areas on the stem. By late summer, flowers are attracting butterflies and bees with eight light yellow petals around a yellow center...
(Threadleaf Coreopsis, Threadleaf Tickseed)
This popular perennial is widely planted for a reason; it's easy to grow, colorful and draws many pollinators to the garden. Threadleaf tickseed is a clump-forming plant that slowly spreads by rhizomes. It is native to eastern North America and has very fine, threadlike foliage of medium green. Throughout summer, it puts forth many daisies of golden yellow that draw butterflies.
This sun-loving, heat-tolerant, hardy perennial prefers well drained, average soil. Threadleaf tickseed will continue...
(Golden Gain Threadleaf Tickseed, Threadleaf Coreopsis, Threadleaf Tickseed)
This threadleaf coreopsis, ‘Golden Gain,’ makes a speading, fine textured clump of stems canopied by large golden flowers that repeat in waves from early summer into fall. The plant is rhizomatous (spreading by underground stems) and one plant becomes a clump in a year or two. It is descended from a species native to the southeastern U.S. North America and has wiry upright stems and very fine, threadlike, medium green leaves divided into three leaflets. Throughout summer, it puts forth many daisies...
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(Golden Showers Tickseed, Threadleaf Coreopsis, Threadleaf Tickseed)
Extra large golden flowers and a sturdy upright habit distinguish this tall perennial. Overall, ‘Golden Showers’ is long-blooming, easy to grow, colorful and draws many pollinators to the garden—particularly bees and butterflies.
Threadleaf coreopsis is clump-forming and slowly spreads by rhizomes. It originates from eastern North America and has very fine, threadlike medium green foliage. Throughout summer, it puts forth many daisies of rich gold. Plants will continue blooming into fall if spent...