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Moonbeam Coryopsis   arrow

Coreopsis verticillate ‘Moonbeam’

Scientific NameCoreopsis verticillate ‘Moonbeam’
Common NameMoonbeam Coryopsis
FamilyAsteraceae
HabitPerennial. Slowly spreading clump
Growth FormMedium to dark green foliage.
Cushion, mound or clump, upright.
Mature SizeHeight: 18-30″ Width: 12-18″
FlowersPale lemon yellow blooms with darker centers.
Blooms borne at the top of the erect stems.
Bloom Time: Early to late summer.
HardinessZones 4-9
Sun RequirementsFull Sun preferred, Part Shade tolerant.
Water RequirementsDrought tolerant.
Needs heavy winter protection.
Soil RequirementsSandy Soil, Average Soil, Compost Enriched Garden Loam Soil
Other InfoNative to North America.
Non-aggressive, Non-invasive.
May self seed.
Deer Resistant,
Attract Butterflies,
Rabbit Resistant,
Good for Containers,
Extended Bloom Time.