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  1. Yellow Coreopsis grandiflora Sunray, Coreopsis grandiflora Sunray, Sunray Tickseed

    Sunray is a compact, long blooming selection of the native tickseed. The showy double golden-yellow flowers are continuous over the summer when deadheaded. It thrives with heat and ,...

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    Coreopsis grandiflora Sunray Sunray Tickseed Coreopsis grandiflora Sunray
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    Sunray is a compact, long blooming selection of the native tickseed. The showy double golden-yellow flowers are continuous over the summer when deadheaded. It thrives with heat and , sun and requires a well drained soil. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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  2. Coreopsis tripteris Gold Standard

    'Gold Standard' Tall Tickseed (Coreopsis tripteris 'Gold Standard') is a tall-growing, long-blooming perennial, that is very cold hardy and easy-to-grow. Its numerous, large, bright-...

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    Coreopsis tripteris Gold Standard Gold Standard Tall Tickseed Coreopsis tripteris 'Gold Standard'
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    'Gold Standard' Tall Tickseed (Coreopsis tripteris 'Gold Standard') is a tall-growing, long-blooming perennial, that is very cold hardy and easy-to-grow. Its numerous, large, bright-yellow flowers appear in late summer and attract lots of butterflies.
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Moonbeam Tickseed (Coreopsis)

Coreopsis | Tickseed

Zones 4-9 | | Blooming Late Spring - Summer

Coreopsis plants (commonly known as Tickseed), attract butterflies and are deer resistant. Prized for its long bloom period, our native Coreopsis are renowned for their cheerful yellow flowers. From late spring to late summer, you can count on the welcoming yellow blooms of Tickseed. Coreopsis are easily grown and make good cut flowers. These perennial plants prefer well-drained soil in full sun. Remember to keep the plants deadheaded for best flowering. Make sure to leave a few seed heads at the end of the season so the plant will reseed itself.

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