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Coreopsis

c. 'Cosmic Eye'

Coreopsis 'Cosmic Eye'

This new addition to the Big Bang series boasts yellow flowers with a wide dark burgundy banding surrounding a yellow center. The burgundy lightens toward the outer edge of the banding, adding dimension to the blossoms. It grows up to 20"" tall, producing an abundance of flowers. Choose ‘Cosmic Eye’ to add ""wow"" to beds or borders. Plant it in moist, but well drained, soil.
c. 'Moonbeam'

Coreopsis 'Moonbeam'

Butterflies love ‘Moonbeam’! A pool of pale yellow blooms floats over finely cut pinnate foliage all summer. Choose this classic variety to brighten up the border or containers. It is easy to grow in any well-drained soil and is drought tolerant once established.
c. 'x ‘Tequila Sunrise’'

Coreopsis 'x ‘Tequila Sunrise’'

Tequila Sunrise’’ features variegated olive green leaves sporting distinct cream or yellow margins. They are graced by large, golden yellow flowers with a red eye. It blooms profusely in May and June, then sporadically until fall. In spring, new foliage growth is flushed pinkish-red and in fall it takes on a darker mahogany hue.

c. auriculata 'Jethro Tull'

Coreopsis auriculata 'Jethro Tull'

This is an exciting new look for Coreopsis! Deep yellow double flowers have flute-shaped petals that make for very unusual cut flowers. Deadhead for abundant blooms all summer long. It performs best in average, very well-drained soil and is drought tolerant when established.
c. grandiflora 'Baby Sun'

Coreopsis grandiflora 'Baby Sun'

1-2"" daisy-like, yellow flowers are produced most of the summer. Some have red-brown centers.
c. grandiflora 'Early Sunrise'

Coreopsis grandiflora 'Early Sunrise'

Butterflies love ‘Early Sunrise’! Golden-yellow, semi-double flowers bloom early and often throughout the season. Choose this variety to brighten up the border or containers. It is easy to grow in average moisture, well-drained soil.
c. grandiflora 'Flying Saucers'

Coreopsis grandiflora 'Flying Saucers'

Birds and butterflies love ‘Flying Saucers’! It features gorgeous, bright yellow saucer-like flowers. Blooms appear from early summer into fall. Choose this long-blooming, easy-care variety for the border—it also makes an excellent cut flower.
c. rosea

Coreopsis rosea

Pink blooms over thin verticillata-like foliage all summer. A very aggressive native. Dutch Plant of the Year for 1993.
c. rosea 'Sweet Dreams'

Coreopsis rosea 'Sweet Dreams'

Large, bicolor white blooms with raspberry centers over fine needle-like foliage. A sport of C. rosea found by Mark Leonard of Loomis, CA. Excellent plant, but must be cut back to keep it from flopping. Long-lasting blooms, up to 1 1/2”, flower in late spring and through summer if deadheaded.
c. verticillata 'Route 66'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Route 66'

Butterflies get their kicks from this threadleaf variety! It sports yellow blooms, each with a beautiful ring of burgundy around the crown that bleeds down to the petal tips. Dry to average, well-drained soil is recommended. It is deer resistant.
c. verticillata 'Zagreb'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'

Zagreb’ features bright golden yellow flowers on upright stems. Blooms appear from June to frost on a bushy, airy clump of fine, needle-like foliage. Choose this threadleaf variety for the border or for naturalized areas. It is easy to grow in dry to medium moisture, well-drained soil and actually thrives in poor, rocky or sandy soil, as long as there is good drainage.