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Coreopsis tinctoria Plains coreopsis

Drought tolerant; full sun to partial shade. Yellow flowers with maroon centers bloom June to September along roadsides, fields and meadows. A widely cultivated annual species commonly included in wildflower mixtures.

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Species Attributes

Height:

24 - 48 in.

Life Form:

Annual

Native or Introduced:

Native

Season:

Sun & Shade Tolerance:

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Elevation:

ft.

Precipitation:

Low

Soil Texture
Coarse:

Marginal

Moderately Coarse:

Average

Medium:

Best

Moderately Fine:

Marginal

Fine:

Not Adapted

Soil pH
Acidic:

Not Adapted

Neutral:

Best

Basic:

Marginal

Seeding Rate:

1 - 2 PLS lbs/Acre

Pure Seed per Bushel:

29.60 lbs.

Seeds per Pound:

1,400,000

Germination Time:

Days

Blooming Season:

Summer Fall

Mycorrhizal Dependent:

Yes

Bloom Color:

Yellow

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