COREOPSIS lanceolata (Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Dwarf)

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Native to the US, the flower is used in pollinator gardens to attract butterflies, honeybees, and birds. The yellow-colored flower is quite popular because of its simple but attractive appearance. Considered as the jewel of the gardens, the flower blooms in 90-100 days. Highly appreciated by the enthusiasts, the dwarf...
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Native to the US, the flower is used in pollinator gardens to attract butterflies, honeybees, and birds. The yellow-colored flower is quite popular because of its simple but attractive appearance. Considered as the jewel of the gardens, the flower blooms in 90-100 days. Highly appreciated by the enthusiasts, the dwarf lance-leaved possesses a unique fragrance, which can attract anyone on the spot. 

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 12,500 200
1/4LB 50,000 800
1/2LB 100,000 1,600
1LB 200,000 3,200
5LB 1,000,000 16,000

Scientific Name: Coreopsis Lanceolata

Common Name: Lance-Leaved Coreopsis

Plant Type: Perennials    

Family: Coreopsis

Native Range:   United States, South America, South Africa, Australia

Full Growth Height: 12-16 inches

Zone: 3 to 12

Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun

Blooming Season: Summer, Fall

Flower: Showy, Cut Flowers

Attracts: Butterflies, Insects

Flower Color: Yellow

Tolerate: Deer

Water Requirement:  Dry, Moderate, Moist

Soil Type: Well-drained, Chalk, Sand

Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral

Garden Uses: Informal, Cottage, Prairies, Meadows

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