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Flowers: Coreopsis
Coreopsis spp.
Annual and perennial wildflower species common to central Canada, the US, and northern Mexico. Coreopsis flowers are a favorite hub for native bees, and ours this year attracted solitary bee species in abundance that were not found on any other flowers. Sow seeds in autumn or spring for early summer flowers.

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 Dyer's Coreopsis (Plains Coreopsis)  Dyer's Coreopsis 
NEW FOR 2016! Our population is a mixture of the species type bicolor-petal (red/yellow) flowers, and stunning crimson and yellow-speckled variations that are garden show-stoppers and pigment rich. Flowers are used to obtain rust and mahogany dyes. pricing and more info...
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 Presto (Coreopsis)  Presto 
NEW FOR 2017! Very erect 8-10" stems of doubled golden flowers with gold centers. Sturdy enough for a border (12" spacing), adapted to the rigors of drought, heat, and cold, being a native species to the Great Basin. pricing and more info...
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 Roulette (Coreopsis)  Roulette 
NEW FOR 2017! A Fleuroselect Award winning selection of doubled bicolor flowers, rich velvet red petals streaked radially with gold, reminiscent of roulette wheels. The precursors of this form (and many other interesting possibilities) can be found in our mixed population 'Dyer's Coreopsis.' 2-3' tall, space 12" apart. pricing and more info...
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