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COREOPSIS auriculata

Image of Coreopsis auriculata

Yoder Brothers

Family

Asteraceae

Botanical Name

COREOPSIS auriculata

Plant Common Name

Lobed Coreopsis

General Description

Lobed tickseed is a tall, perennial that spreads slowly by rhizomes. This native of the southeastern United States has soft, medium green foliage and puts forth tall stems topped with single golden daisies in early to midsummer. Bloom time will be extended if spent flowers are removed. This heat tolerant perennial does best in sites with full sun and fertile soil. They are well suited to wildflower gardens and informal perennial borders.

Characteristics

  • AHS Heat Zone

    9 - 1

  • USDA Hardiness Zone

    4 - 9

  • Sunset Zone

    1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24

  • Plant Type

    Perennial

  • Sun Exposure

    Full Sun, Partial Sun

  • Height

    24"-32" / 61.0cm - 81.3cm

  • Width

    24"-28" / 61.0cm - 71.1cm

  • Bloom Time

    Early Summer, Summer

  • Native To

    Southeastern United States

Growing Conditions

  • Soil pH

    Neutral

  • Soil Drainage

    Average

  • Soil type

    Loam, Sand

  • Growth Rate

    Fast

  • Habit

    Clump-Forming

  • Seasonal Interest

    Summer, Fall

Ornamental Features

  • Flower Interest

    Showy

  • Flower Color

    Gold

  • Foliage Color (Spring)

    Green

  • Foliage Color (Summer)

    Green

  • Foliage Color (Fall)

    Green

  • Fragrant Flowers

    Yes

  • Fragrant Fruit

    No

  • Fragrant Foliage

    No

  • Bark or Stem Fragrant

    No

  • Flower Petal Number

    Single

  • Repeat Bloomer

    No

  • Showy Fruit

    No

  • Edible Fruit

    No

  • Showy Foliage

    No

  • Foliage Texture

    Medium

  • Foliage Sheen

    Matte

  • Evergreen

    No

  • Showy Bark

    No

Special Characteristics

  • Usage

    Mixed Border, Wildflower

  • Sharp or Has Thorns

    No

  • Invasive

    No

  • Attracts

    Butterflies

  • Self-Sowing

    Yes