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Synonyms for coreopsis

any of numerous plants of the genus Coreopsis having a profusion of showy usually yellow daisylike flowers over long periods

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Some of the seeds currently for sale are the plains coreopsis, bur marigold, black-eyed Susan, and lyre-leaf sage.
You won't find many garden centres with herbaceous plants at this time of the year, but you may just come across new introductions such as Coreopsis Calypso with its yellow, variegated leaves and bright golden-yellow flowers on 18in tall stems.
Walk among Herondswood's new shade plantings and be dazzled by such new flowers as Dianthus Rose Magic, Zinnia Swizzle Scarlet and Yellow, and Coreopsis Creme Brulee.
Remove spent blooms of alstroemeria, coreopsis, cosmos, echinacea, and scabi-osa to encourage plants to keep flowering.
Gazanias such as Daybreak Garden Sun are quite wonderful and Coreopsis grandiflora 'Sunray' will bounce its light around the patio.
Newer breeds of different colours can be found in the Dancing Maiden series of Coreopsis that include chocolate and white (Jive); deep maroon (Bolero) and pink and white (Soca).
These make cheap 'fillers'in borders and some, such as Gaillardia (Blanket Flower) and Coreopsis make beautiful cut flowers for the house as well as packing a punch in a sunny border.
First-year flowering perennials which can be sown early in heated propagators and then grown on in a greenhouse or cool room include achillea, helenium, echinacea, salvia and coreopsis.
But on a happier note Mirfield's adopted corvette HMS Coreopsis appeared in the 1953 film The Cruel Sea.
Then select the cornflowers, coreopsis, Dianthus (better known as carnations), larkspur, sweet peas, annual candytuft, calendula (pot marigold), stock, annual phlox, poppies, and sweet alyssum to add color and early variety to your gardens and containers.
Near Asheville, NC Late Summer Wildflowers Guided Walk: Walk with a Chimney Rock Park botanist along Hickory Nut Falls trail and ideally late summer wildflowers like Goldenrods, early Asters & Broad-leaf Coreopsis.
Too many gardens become dull and jaded after the flowers of spring have died ( but there's no excuse for it with such dazzlers as coreopsis available.
Coreopsis, which sounds better than tickweed, is a plant which does not like heavy soil and likes sandy soil.