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Lanceleaf Tickseed Seeds - Herbaceous Flowering Perennial
Coreopsis lanceolata


*  Common Names = Lanceleaf Tickseed / Lance Leaf Coreopsis / 
*  A "must" for any butterfly garden, grows outdoors year-round in zones 4-9
*  Bright yellow flowers are fragrant and bloom all summer long
*  Great pollinator - attracts beneficial bees, insects and butterflies
*  Grown as a Dyer's plant for coloring fabric
*  Native to Central and Southern United States
*  Low Maintenance - drought-tolerant and frost-hardy
*  Used in herbal remedies for indigestion, regulating blood sugars and cholesterol
*  Studies show the leaves and buds contain beneficial flavanoids and antioxidants

Life Cycle:  Perennial
Height:  18-30 in
Max Width:  18 in
USDA Zone:  4-9
Light:  Full Sun / Partial Sun
Harvest:  70-80 days

1.  Sow seeds 1/4" deep in small pots/flats with moistened seed-starting mix. Spritz with water to settle into soil.
2.  Place in warm indirect sunlight and keep soil moist. Germination will occur in 20-25 days. 
3.  Resize into bigger pots as needed. Transplant 4” tall seedlings 12” apart after last frost. Protect young plants during the winter.


*** Deadhead spent flowers to keep plant blooming. 
*** To extend blooming and provide additional plants, divide rootball in the fall.

Lanceleaf Tickseed Seeds - Coreopsis lanceolata

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