(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...
James H. Schutte
(White Coreopsis, White Tickseed)
What a pretty perennial for the summer garden! Rose coreopsis originates from northeastern North America. It forms small clumps of fine green foliage that become covered with small pale to rose pink daisies from summer to fall. Blooms will continue to come if plants are regularly deadheaded. Plants spread slowly by rhizomes. Grow these in sites with full to part sun and fertile, well drained soil. They make super additions to perennial borders, rock gardens and may also be grown in containers. ...
Gerald L. Klingaman
(American Dream Tickseed, Rose Coreopsis, Rose Tickseed)
What a pretty perennial for the summer garden! American dream coreopsis originates from northeastern North America. It forms small clumps of fine, dark green foliage that become covered with many daisies with bi-colored ray/petals marked with purple-red and white. These appear from summer to fall and bloom best if deadheaded regularly. Plants spread slowly by rhizomes.
Grow these in sites with full to part sun and fertile, well drained soil. They make super additions to perennial borders, rock...