Coreopsis rosea 'Sweet Dreams'
Easy-to-grow members of the sunflower family yielding a profusion of yellow, orange, maroon, or reddish flowers. Deadhead for longer bloom; use hedge shears to remove large numbers of spent blooms. Both annual and perennial kinds are easy to propagate—annuals from seed sown in place or in pots, perennials from seed or division. Plants tend to self-sow; seeds attract birds.
The species listed here are from the eastern and southern U.S. unless otherwise noted.Coreopsis rosea
Northeastern native. Fine-textured plant 1 1/2 –2 ft. tall, 1 ft. wide, with pink, yellow-centered daisylike flowers from summer to fall. Unlike other species, prefers moist soil.'Sweet Dreams'
Threadlike leaves and masses of big white flowers with a raspberry ring surrounding a yellow eye.
Native to the mountains of Europe. Form tightly packed rosettes of fleshy, evergreen leaves; spread by...
Native from Vermont to Alabama, west to North Dakota, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Stout-stemmed plant to ...
Hybrid between Cotinus coggygria and Cotinus obovatus. To 15 ft. tall and wide, with...