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No prairie scene is complete without a sea of these wonderfully wild yellow, red, and bi-colored coreopsis blooms. A perennial, coreopsis seeds grow to be one to three feet high and will begin blooming in early summer and repeat bloom through to fall with the help of some deadheading. A great choice for cottage gardens, coreopsis seeds pair well with other prairie flowers like coneflowers and gaillardia. Snip some from your garden and bring them inside; they also make wonderful cut flowers.
Planting the best coreopsis seeds
- 9 coreopsis seed varieties
- Perennial native to North America
- Pollinator attractor with long-lasting spring blooms
- Thrives in full sun or partially shaded areas