Star Cluster Coreopsis

Star Cluster Coreopsis
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The Eyes Have ItCoreopsis Star Cluster (Tickseed), Coreopsis ‘Star Cluster’, grows 18-24” tall, is compact, and a well-branched plant. The healthy bright green foliage of this coreopsis remains attractive all season.‘Star Cluster’ delivers a profusion of creamy white petals with purple centers and with golden heads. It has continuous and colorful blooms from early summer through early fall. Deadheading is  not necessary!As the weather cools, a deep purple eye appears on each flower with a purple edge along each petal. This coreopsis makes an amazing colorful specimen in containers or when planted in a mass or in front of borders. Plant  ‘Star Cluster’ into well-drained, lean, non-clay soils, and it thrives in poor soil and has low water needs.‘Star Cluster’ will easily add beauty to any trouble spot in your garden! Pair it with red or yellow flowers for an outrageous display of floral color! Butterflies find it irresistible and deer leave it alone.* Flowers and Centers Change Colors* Drought and Poor Soil Tolerant* Attracts Butterflies, Deters Deer and Rabbits.

Coreopsis Route 66

Coreopsis Route 66
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The Coreopsis ‘Route 66’, Coreopsis verticillata ‘Route 66′, was discovered in 2005 by Patti Bauer. This new threadleaf coreopsis bears big, bold yellow flowers with a rich ring of burgundy around the crown that bleeds out to the tips of each petal.The narrow, deep-green foliage forms vigorous, uniform clumps. It is easily grown in dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun.’Route 66’ performs well in poor, sandy or rocky soils with good drainage; tolerant of heat, humidity and drought.It is effective in borders, naturalized areas, wild gardens, or cottage gardens.  Cut back in late summer to encourage regrowth and rebloom.It over winterizes well and is reliable in harsh climates.  It comes back vigorously each year.  Coreopsis is one of the easiest perennials to maintain and is a good choice for beginners.It will complement nearly every other plant in your garden!* Deep green foliage* Heat and humidity tolerant* Easy to grow.

Coreopsis Garnet

Coreopsis Garnet
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Hardy and Prolific Bloomer Garnet Coreopsis is a hardy perennial and prolific bloomer. Plant several of these sun-loving beauties in a border or scatter a few about in your favorite perennial bed. They would also look lovely in containers on your patio or front porch. Your Garnet Coreopsis can’t be beat for durability and bloom. It’s a drought tolerant, fast growing perennial with prolific bi-colored blooms that will brighten your landscape with no additional care from you. The 8-petaled, daisy-like flowers begin in early summer and will continuously color your yard right into autumn. Rosy-pink centers provide a dark contrast to the lighter hot-pink outer petals of the blooms that rise up above the compact, mounding foliage. The bright color is a strong draw to butterflies and bees, making your garden a favorite among the summer choices. Garnet Coreopsis is a low maintenance plant that is also incredibly hardy. It grows fast and performs well all summer and even into fall. Deadheading will encourage more flowering, but even left alone it will outshine many of the other flowering plants in your garden. You simply can’t beat the Garnet Coreopsis for performance and ease of care. *Prolific Bi-Color Blooms *Fast Growing*Hardy.

Coreopsis Big Bang

Coreopsis Big Bang
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Color-changing blooms produce a “big bang” of color! Big Bang’s unique flowers begin creamy yellow with a bright, red ring of color surrounding the yellow stamen.  As the season progresses, the petals take on a solid red appearance.  It’s like getting two flowers on one plant!  The 2-inch flowers appear all summer long on this prolific perennial and require little care.For an unusual show of color on one hardy plant, Big Bang is an outstanding choice.* Unique flowers* Adaptive to a variety of soils* Great for containers* Hardy* Heavy blooming* Large Yellow Flowers in Summer, Red in Fall* Blooms Summer Through Fall.

Coreopsis Sienna Sunset

Coreopsis Sienna Sunset
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Tiny Seaside Sunsets In Your GardenCoreopsis Sienna Sunset, Threadleaf Coreopsis ‘Sienna Sunset’ PPAF, produces a dramatic flower that reflects the colors of a romantic seaside sunset!Coreopsis ‘Sienna Sunset’ PPAF was discovered by Sunny Border Nurseries and has large flowers that delight with a long bloom life.  This new color of burnt sienna that ages to salmon-orange is a magnet for butterflies and gardeners alike.’Sienna Sunset’ Coreopsis is easy to place, requiring only a sunny spot with average garden soil.  It is a very heavy bloomer and cuts well.Give this plant a hard shearing to promote re-bloom. Blooms June to July with some blooming until fall.Tickseed is used for accent plants, border plants, mass plantings, patio containers and cut flowers.Since it fades to a rich salmon as it ages, it can be blended with coneflowers and complements the dark-leaved Heucheras.Plant  ‘Sienna Sunset’ into well-drained, lean, non-clay soils, and pair it with red or yellow flowers for an outrageous display of floral fireworks!* Flowers Change from Sienna to Salmon* Prolific Blooms Summer Through Fall* Attracts Butterflies.

Coreopsis Sunny Day

Coreopsis Sunny Day
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Native SunCoreopsis – Sunny Day, Coreopsis grandiflora ‘Sunny Day’, begins to bloom in late spring and continues to bloom throughout the summer.  This North American native provides an abundance of large, single yellow flowers on compact plants!This coreopsis is not picky about its soil, as long as it’s well-drained.  Keep deadheaded for best flowering.  As with many perennials this plant will benefit from being divided and reset in the fall every one to two years.  Shear back plants after the first wave of flowering to promote reblooming.  Remove old foliage after frost or before new growth in spring.‘Sunny Day’ is a splendid plant for cheery cut flower arrangements, beds, borders, and containers.Since it thrives in poor soil and has low water needs, ‘Sunny Day’ will easily add beauty and sunshine to any trouble spot in your garden!It attracts Butterflies and is deer and rabbit resistant.*Profusion of Large Bright Yellow Flowers*Blooms Spring till Fall*Attracts Butterflies.

Coreopsis Creme Brulee

Coreopsis Creme Brulee
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Yellow Flowers Along the StemsThe Coreopsis ‘Crème Brulee’ is new to the market and has bright deep yellow flowers that blooms from June through October. Belonging to the Tickseed family, ‘Crème Brulee’ has larger flowers than most Coreopsis in its family. (PPAF).The large flowers occur all along the stems rather than just above the foliage, giving a fuller overall appearance.The bright green thread leaf foliage makes a great contrast with the flower color.  ‘Crème Brulee’ has a plant height of 24” and a spread of 18”.‘Crème Brulee’ should be planted in full sun.  It is drought-tolerant and tough but does need well-drained soil.  The foliage is mildew-resistant and should be cut back early and late summer to extend the bloom period.A perfect sun-loving plant, it looks great with any type of grass, in borders or mass plantings in sunny gardens. Butterflies find it irresistible and deer leave it alone. Since it thrives in poor soil and has low water needs, ‘Crème Brulee’ will easily add beauty to any trouble spot in your garden!* Soft Needle Like Leaves* Large Deep Yellow Flowers* Drought Tolerant and Loves Full Sun.

Coreopsis Dream Catcher

Coreopsis Dream Catcher
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Dark Pink Eyed CoreopsisCoreopsis Dream Catcher (Threadleaf), Coreopsis ‘Dream Catcher’, stands 14-18” tall, is compact, and a well-branched plant.  The healthy mid-green foliage of this coreopsis remains attractive all season.  ‘Dream Catcher’ delivers a profusion of bright pink flowers with darker pink eyes and a yellow center. It provides continuous and colorful blooms from early summer through early fall — and no deadheading is necessary!This coreopsis makes an amazing colorful specimen in containers. A terrific bloomer , ‘Dream Catcher’ presents an outstanding show when planted in a mass or in front of borders.  Butterflies find it irresistible and deer leave it alone.Coreopsis is easy to grow making it a great plant for the beginning gardener.It is a hardy plant, but may need some protection in harsher climates.  Since it thrives in poor soil and has low water needs, ‘Dream Catcher’ will easily add beauty to any trouble spot in your garden!*Profusion of Pink Eyed Blooms*Soft Needle Like Foliage*Loves Sun and is Drought tolerant .

Coreopsis Limerock Ruby

Coreopsis Limerock Ruby
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The Coreopsis ‘Limerock Ruby’ has beautiful rosy red, glossy flowers that cover the finely cut foliage. The dark green thread-like foliage makes a great contrast with its flower color, blooming from June through October.‘Limerock Ruby’ is extremely drought tolerant with a plant height of 12” and a spread of 23-27”.  With cool autumn weather, the flowers make an even more outstanding color scheme.‘Limerock Ruby’ should be planted in full sun, and even though it is drought-tolerant and tough, it does need well-drained soil.  It should be cut back early and late summer to extend the bloom period.Coreopsis ‘Limerock Ruby’ looks great with any type of grass, in borders or mass plantings in sunny gardens.Coreopsis is easy to grow making it a great plant for the beginning gardener.It is a hardy plant, but may need some protection in harsher climates.  Since it thrives in poor soil and has low water needs, ‘Limerock Ruby’ will easily add beauty to any trouble spot in your garden!* Finely cut foliage* Heat and drought tolerant* Outstanding flowers.

Coreopsis Sunshine Superman

Coreopsis Sunshine Superman
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Carefree perennial with recurring blooms!OK, so it’s not faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive or able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Sunshine Superman is still a garden hero. How? It IS able to save your garden from being super boring! You will be hard pressed to find a brighter yellow than you find with Coreopsis Sunshine Superman (Coreopsis pubescens ‘Sunshine Superman’). This the kind of yellow that requires you pass out sunglasses to your garden visitors. The sheer abundance of yellow flowers all summer and into the fall will energize your garden.A carefree perennial, you can plant coreopsis and be sure of many years of recurring blooms. Easy to care for and very hardy, coreopsis are staples in any perennial flower bed. The airy leaves soften formal plantings and fluff out cottage gardens. They combine well with reds and oranges for a hot tropical look or with blues and lavenders for a classic combo.Deadheading will keep the blooms pumping out, unless you want them to reseed, which they will happily do for you!Trust us, you don’t want just one of these plants in your garden. Order a bunch from Nature Hills today!* Blooms all summer into fall* Easy care* Hot color.

Coreopsis Sunray

Coreopsis Sunray
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The Coreopsis Sunray, ‘Coreopsis grandiflora ‘Sunray’, is an extravagant bloomer and splendid for cheery cut flower arrangements, beds, borders, and containers. It produces double golden-yellow ray florets carried singly on long stems. Sunray grows to 20 inches high and 2-3 feet across. Sunray Coreopsis begins to bloom in late spring and continues to bloom throughout the summer. This plant is not picky about its soil, as long as it’s well-drained. Keep deadheaded for best flowering. As with many perennials this plant will benefit from being divided and reset in the fall every one to two years. Shear back plants after the first wave of flowering to promote reblooming. Remove old foliage after frost or before new growth in spring..

Full Moon Coreopsis

Full Moon Coreopsis
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3″ Pale Yellow SunsCoreopsis Full Moon, Coreopsis Threadleaf ‘Full Moon’ PPAF, has long been a favorite in perennial gardens, and this new hybrid could be the best one ever! After years of breeding several different species, Coreopsis ‘Full Moon’ PPAF is being introduced as the first plant in the Big Bang series.This exciting new variety exhibits disease resistant foliage that is topped with hundreds of huge 3 inch canary yellow flowers. It  blooms June to July, with some blooming until fall. It is a very heavy bloomer and cuts well.Coropsis ‘Full Moon’ PPAF makes an impressive mound of color from midsummer until frost.  It is a very heavy bloomer and cuts well. Give this thread-leaf type a hard shearing to promote re-bloom.’Full Moon’ Coreopsis is easy to place, requiring only a sunny spot with average garden soil.Plant ‘Full Moon’ in well-drained, lean, non-clay soils and mix it with red or orange flowers for an outrageous display of floral fireworks.Tickseed is used as an accent plant, border plant, mass planting, in patio containers or for cut flowers.* Profusion of Huge 3″ Pale Yellow Flowers* Blooms Summer Through Frost* Sun, Drought, Heat Tolerant .

Early Sunrise Coreopsis

Early Sunrise Coreopsis
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Bright Yellow and Dark GreenThe Coreopsis ‘Early Sunrise’, Coreopsis grandiflora, is a definite superstar among yellow flowers. This All-American Selections Gold Medal Award Winner has yellow flowers flush to orange-yellow near the center. The 2” blooms are crowded atop a neat, compact 24-inch plant!  In the Tickseed family, the dark green thread leaf foliage makes a great contrast with the flower color. ‘Early Sunrise’ is a frog and hedgehog attractor.‘Early Sunrise’ blooms at least 3 weeks before most others; blooms June through October. It should be planted in full sun and is drought-tolerant and tough, but does need well-drained soil.  It should be cut back early and late summer to extend the bloom period.Coreopsis ‘Early Sunrise’ looks great with any type of grass, in borders or mass plantings in sunny gardens. Coreopsis is easy to grow making it a great plant for the beginning gardener.It is a hardy plant, but may need some protection in harsher climates. Since it thrives in poor soil and has low water needs, ‘Early Riser will easily add beauty to any trouble spot in your garden!* Early Bright Yellow Blooms* Very Dark Green Foliage* Loves Full Sun, Drought, Heat.

Jethro Tull Coreopsis

Jethro Tull Coreopsis
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Bouquets of sunshine all summer and into fall.Coreopsis Jethro Tull, Coreopsis ‘Jethro Tull’ PPAF, is an incredible new plant that gets everyone’s attention. The large, golden orange flowers set the landscape ablaze from early to mid summer.The unique flowers have fluted petals that surround a darker button-like center. It is extremely floriferous with over 100 blooms appearing at a time at peak bloom! This stunning little guy seems to always be in bloom. A cross between ‘Zamphir’ and ‘Early Sunrise’, it has broader fluted petals, a compact habit and an extended flowering season, and is a vast improvement over its predecessor Coreopsis ‘Zamfir’.’Jethro Tull’ Coreopsis is easy to place, requiring only a sunny spot with average garden soil. It is a very heavy bloomer and cuts well. Give this plant a hard shearing to promote re-bloom.Blooms June to July with some blooming until fall. Plant Jethro Tull into well-drained, lean, non-clay soils, and mix it with red or orange flowers for an outrageous display of floral fireworks. Tickseed is used as an accent plant, border plant, mass planting, in patio containers and for cut flowers.* Hardy* Adaptive to a variety of soils* Heat and humidity tolerant* Drought tolerant* Wildlife interest* Wonderful cut flower .

Big Bang Cosmic Eye Coreopsis

Big Bang Cosmic Eye Coreopsis
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Prolific Bloomer with Bi-Colored FlowersCosmic Eye is a garden perennial that possesses prolific, bi-colored flowers and a hardy nature. Planted en masse in your garden border it will provide you with a carefree source of color from summer and into fall.Your Cosmic Eye is a variety of coreopsis with spectacular color that begins in early summer and lasts into autumn. Its 2-inch sunny blossoms present a daisy-like appearance. A dark yellow center and prominent, deep-maroon eye (tipped in bright yellow), creates an eye-catching blend of colors that pops out of the garden at any angle.The dark green, lance-leaf foliage fills your Cosmic Eye out nicely into a compact floral arrangement. Your Cosmic Eye is a carefree plant tolerant of many soil types and conditions and is particularly able to sustain itself in drought (so you don’t even need to worry about watering it). Butterflies will love you for planting a few Cosmic Eyes, even if your deer and rabbits don’t.The flowers make a lovely cut flower to bring indoors, so an investment in Cosmic Eye will bring beauty both indoors and out. All in all, it’s hard to find a perennial that asks so little and yet has so much to give. Plant several Cosmic Eyes today and begin reaping the harvest of this extraordinary ornamental perennial.*Prolific bloomer*Hardy*Low Maintenance.