The Plains Coreopsis is an annual native that forms clusters of stunning bi-colored blooms of deep red that turn into a bright yellow. This variety makes for a great cut flower and can be grown anywhere in the United States. Plains is deer resistant and easy to grow.
The Lance-leaved Coreopsis is a very popular and beautiful, golden meadow flower that will bloom all summer long and into fall. This variety is a popular meadow flower type throughout North America. The Lance Leaved is deer resistant and tolerates partial shaded areas.
The Tall Coreopsis is a super high variety that lives up to its name by growing to be 7 feet high and has even been known to reach 9 feet! This variety blooms beautiful yellow flowers that darken to a purple-red. This flower's leaves are divided into three lobes. The Tall Coreopsis should be grown in larger areas as it can be aggressive in growth.