Plains coreopsis is a showy annual that will add color in the early phases of seeded plantings. If allowed to go to seed, it will persist in perennial beds.
It provides nectar for a number if insects, including bees and butterflies.
We often have an abundance of seed which, for a solid stand, you'd sow at about a pound per acre.
Uses: Showy flowers, bees, butterflies, pollinators
Bloom time: July & August
Height: 2 to 3 feet
Space: 18 to 24 inches
Sun: Full sun
Moisture: Dry to average
- 106,000 seeds per ounce
- 1 ounce per 3,000 square feet
- 1 pound per acre