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P20-Coreopsis #1 Coreopsis vert Moonbeam/ Pale Yellow Whorled Tickseed Native (TN)

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Airy and refined, Moonbeam delights with a profusion of creamy yellow flowers that brighten sunny borders and beds all summer long. Heat and humidity are no match for its cheerful blooms!

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Brand: P20-Coreopsis
Article number: 127016
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SCIENTIFIC NAME: Coreopsis verticillata Moonbeam

COMMON NAME: Moonbeam Threadleaf Coreopsis

GARDEN SIZE: 18-24 inches tall x 18-24 inches wide




WATER & SOIL: Prefers well-drained soil and has average water requirements.

HABIT (FORM): Upright

FOLIAGE: Finely cut green

FLOWERS: Pale yellow; blooms June to August.

PLANT ORIGIN: Native to Tennessee

WILDLIFE SUPPORT: Supports native bees, lepidoptera (moths and butterflies), and birds (especially finches). Deer and rabbit resistant.

FERTILIZING: Give a root stimulant or 4-3-3 fertilizer during initial planting, then feed lightly in late winter or early spring with compost or an organic fertilizer.

PRUNING: Cut back to just above soil level in early spring. Leave the seedheads in place over the fall and winter to support wildlife.

TOXICITY FLAGS: Not generally considered toxic to dogs, cats, or horses. Always research further if you have concerns, as reactions can occur with anything.

USES: Borders, containers, meadows, prairies, pollinator gardens. Cut flowers.

NOTE: 1992 Perennial Plant of the Year

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