Coreopsis grandiflora, C. lanceolata, C. roseus
Coreopsis plants are easy to grow, first year flowering perennials which require little care; and flower over an exceptionally long season.
STERNTALER Coreopsis Seeds
Heavy flowering perennial, 2 ½ inch golden flowers, mahogany-brown highlights. The 15-18 inch tall plants bloom May to October, grow well in borders or pots. Drought tolerant. Grows nicely with: 'Hakone White' Balloon Flower, Big Betony, Chinese Fountain Grass, 'Baby Swan' Echinacea, and Stokesia. Winter hardy to zone 4.
SUNFIRE Coreopsis Seeds
Flowers 2 inches across, golden-yellow with burgundy bases. Early blooming, heavy flowering, compact, heat & drought tolerant, it is a rewarding, easy to grow perennial. Flowers first summer from seed, continues to flower until frost. Plants grow 16-20 inches high, 2 feet wide. A Fleuroselect Quality Mark winner. Winter hardy to zone 4.
SUNBURST Coreopsis Seeds
A summer and fall flowering perennial, with bright, golden-yellow, 2-3 inch, semi-double flowers. Easy to grow, Sunburst can bloom in as little as 11 weeks from seed. Grows to 3 feet tall. Self-sows. Winter hardy to zone 4.
AMERICAN DREAM Coreopsis Seeds
Unlike other Coreopsis, 'American Dream' performs best in mild climates, with regular water. The spreading 18-24 inch tall plants are blanketed with rosy-pink, yellow centered, 1 inch single daisies all summer long. Coreopsis 'American Dream' flowers the first year when started early. Great in the front of borders or in containers. Winter hardy to zone 4.
How to Plant COREOPSIS Seeds
Sow Coreopsis seeds in cell packs or
flats, press into soil but do
not cover. Needs light to
germinate. Kept at 65° F., germination is in 21-30
days. Transplant into the
garden 1-1.5 feet apart.
Comments: Full Sun. 'Sterntaler,' 'Sunfire,' and 'Sunburst Coreopsis are heat and humidity tolerant; thrive with moderate to little water. 'American Dream' likes mild summer temperatures, afternoon shade in warm climates and moist, even wet soil. Coreopsis plants are first year flowering perennials. Low maintenance, shear plants back occasionally to promote continuous flowering. Coreopsis are rabbit and deer resistant plants. Coreopsis flowers attract bees, birds and butterflies.