It’s great to have several coreopsis plant varieties in your garden, as the beautiful, brightly colored plants are easy to get along with, producing long-lasting blooms that attract bees and butterflies throughout the season. This article include popular coreopsis varieties.
Even with a long flowering season, coreopsis blossoms fade in time, and you might want to consider removing their blooms. Does coreopsis need deadheading? Click this article for information about how to deadhead coreopsis plants.
Coreopsis is a hardy plant suitable for growing in USDA plant hardiness zones 4 through 9. As such, coreopsis winter care isn?t a difficult task, but a bit of protection will ensure the plant remains hale and hearty throughout winter. This article will help.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Coreopsis plants may be just what you need if you?re looking for lasting summer color after most perennial flowers fade from the garden. It is easy to learn how to care for coreopsis, and this article will help.