Coreopsis Plains Wildflower (Coreopsis tinctoria) Non GMO Open Pollinated - Flower

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Coreopsis Plains Wildflower (Coreopsis tinctoria) Non GMO Open Pollinated - Flower 

An enchanting annual wildflower that adds a burst of vibrant color to gardens and landscapes. Here's a comprehensive description and growing instructions.  Coreopsis Plains, or Plains Coreopsis, is a dazzling annual wildflower native to North America. This low-maintenance plant is celebrated for its cheerful and abundant blooms. The flowers have a distinctive appearance with golden-yellow petals and a dark maroon center, creating a striking contrast. The overall effect is reminiscent of a miniature sunflower. Coreopsis Plains is an excellent choice for wildflower gardens, meadows, and landscapes, and it attracts pollinators, making it a valuable addition to any garden. With its sunny disposition, Coreopsis Plains is an exceptional choice for bringing a touch of the prairie to your garden or landscape. Its striking, bi-colored flowers and low-maintenance nature make it a favorite among gardeners who appreciate the beauty and ecological benefits of native wildflowers.

 

  • - **Sunlight:** Coreopsis Plains thrives in full sun, requiring at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily to bloom abundantly.
  • - **Soil:** These wildflowers are adaptable and can grow in various soil types, but they prefer well-drained, loamy soil. Good soil preparation is key to their success.
  • - **Planting:** Sow seeds directly in the garden or meadow in the early spring or late fall. Space the seeds or young plants about 12-18 inches apart to allow for their spreading growth.
  • - **Watering:** Once established, Coreopsis Plains is quite drought-tolerant. Water regularly after planting to ensure good establishment, but be cautious not to overwater, as they prefer slightly drier conditions.
  • - **Fertilization:** Minimal fertilization is needed, as too much nitrogen can result in excessive foliage growth at the expense of flowers. A light application of a balanced, low-nitrogen fertilizer in the spring can be beneficial.
  • - **Pruning:** Deadhead spent flowers to encourage prolonged blooming. This also prevents self-seeding if you wish to control the spread of the plant.
  • - **Pests and Diseases:** Coreopsis Plains is relatively resistant to pests and diseases. However, you might occasionally encounter aphids, which can be managed through organic pest control methods.
  • - **Winter Care:** As an annual, Coreopsis Plains will complete its life cycle in one year. Collect seeds for the following season if you'd like to grow it again.
  • - **Companion Planting:** Coreopsis Plains pairs well with other native wildflowers and is an excellent choice for attracting pollinators to your garden.
  • Seed count: 1/2 gram