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Coreopsis tinctoria

Common Name(s):
Garden coreopsis, Golden coreopsis, Tick-seed
Cultivar(s):
Mardi Gras, Nana
Categories:
Annuals, Wildflowers
Comment:

Prefers light, sandy soil; tolerant of poor soil, drought, and heat; must have good drainage; water lightly- dislikes wet feet; remove faded flowers; good cut flower; blooms best when crowded

Season:
Summer to frost
Light:
Sun
Color:
Yellow, bronze, red, maroon, bicolors
Height:
2-3 ft.
Space:
8-12 in.
Foliage:
2-4 in., opposite, highly dissected leaves with linear segments
Flower:
Notched, yellow petals with reddish-brown color at base; reddish-purple disks
Site:
Dry fields, roadsides, waste places, pastures
Tags:
bronze, pink, annual, maroon, drought tolerant, yellow, purple, sun, wildflower, red, fall

NCCES plant id: 47

Coreopsis tinctoria Coreopsis tinctoria
Jason Hollinger, CC BY - 2.0
Coreopsis tinctoria Coreopsis tinctoria
Carl Lewis, CC BY - 2.0
Coreopsis tinctoria Coreopsis tinctoria
dbarroness, CC BY-NC-ND - 2.0
Coreopsis tinctoria Coreopsis tinctoria
Thayn Tuason, CC BY-NC-2.0