Coreopsis gladiata Coreopsis gladiata
- Coastal Plain Tickseed
- Coastal Tickseed
Coreopsis gladiata, also known as Coastal Plain Tickseed or Coastal Tickseed is a short-lived perennial native wildflower in the Asteraceae family. In its native habitat from NC to TX, it is found in wet prairies, edges of cypress swamps, floodplain forests, and ditches. It can grow to 2' to 3' tall.
Also known as Coreopsis angustifolia.
Regions: Coastal Plains
Seasons of Interest:
Blooms: Late summer/fall Nut/Fruit/Seed: Fall
Wildlife Value: This plant is highly resistant to damage from deer. Its flowers are attractive to butterflies and other pollinators. Songbirds eat the seeds.
Insects, Diseases, or Other Plant Problems:
Whole Plant Traits:
- Plant Type:
- Native Plant
- Leaf Color:
- Hairs Present:
- Stem Is Aromatic: