Coreopsis may be just what you need if you’re looking for lasting summer color after most perennial flowers fade from the garden. It is easy to learn how to care for Coreopsis flowers, commonly called Tickseed or Pot of Gold. Blooms of growing Coreopsis are similar to those of the Daisy. Colors of petals include red, pink, white and yellow, many with dark brown or maroon centers, which makes an interesting contrast to the petals. Attracts butterflies to your garden. Continue to deadhead the flowers through the summer to keep the blooms coming.
Rising Sun is a medium-sized selection that produces large double golden-yellow flowers, each with a charming mahogany-red eye. Plants begin blooming in June and continue all summer, especially if faded blooms are removed regularly.
Height: 18-30 in.
Spread: 24-26 in.
Sun Exposure: Full Sun