A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE that contains phenyl propanoids.
The back (or posterior) of the FOOT in PRIMATES, found behind the ANKLE and distal to the TOES.
A plant genus of the family FABACEAE. The common name of broom may be confused with Scotch Broom (CYTISUS) or Butcher's Broom (RUSCUS) or Desert Broom (BACCHARIS) or Spanish Broom (SPARTIUM) or Brome (BROMUS).
A plant genus of the family BRASSICACEAE that is an ingredient of the preparation PC-SPES that is used to treat PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA.
A plant growing in a location where it is not wanted, often competing with cultivated plants.
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The Borage plant family is in the class Magnoliopsida, subclass Asteridae, order Lamiales. It is characterized by hairy foliage, usually alternate and simple; flowers are funnel-shaped or tubular. Some of the species contain PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS.
Organic chemistry methodology that mimics the modular nature of various biosynthetic processes. It uses highly reliable and selective reactions designed to "click" i.e., rapidly join small modular units together in high yield, without offensive byproducts. In combination with COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY TECHNIQUES, it is used for the synthesis of new compounds and combinatorial libraries.
A computer based method of simulating or analyzing the behavior of structures or components.

Chemical constituents of Coreopsis lanceolata L. and their physiological activities. (1/1)

Petals from Coreopsis lanceolata L. were extracted in methanol and subjected to solvent-solvent partitioning to yield four fractions: hexane, diethyl ether, ethyl acetate, and aqueous. These fractions were screened using a 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl radical scavenging assay and an active oxygen inhibition assay. The ethyl acetate extract contained the highest level of active components. Four compounds isolated from this fraction by HPLC were screened for antioxidant activity and anti-allergic activity. Anti-allergic activity was assessed by measuring release of histamine from rat peritoneal mast cells. One compound, termed laceolin, was characterized by spectroscopic analysis, including extensive NMR and mass spectra. This compound had significant radical scavenging activity, with an SC50 (scavenging concentration of 50%) value of 2.6 microg/mL and superoxide dismutase activity of 46.2%.  (+info)

Coreopsis rosea, sometimes commonly called pink coreopsis or pink threadleaf coreopsis, is primarily native to wet sandy soils along water margins in coastal plain areas from Nova Scotia to Maryland. It is noted for being the only coreopsis with pink flowers. It closely resembles C. verticillata in appearance and habit, but lacks the latters heat and drought tolerance. It is a rhizomatous perennial which typically grows in dense, bushy clumps to 1-2 tall. Features daisy-like flowers (1/2 to 1 diameter) with pink untoothed rays and yellow center disks. Flowers appear singly on short stalks in a profuse and lengthy summer bloom. Whorls of linear, grass-like, light green leaves lend a fine-textured and airy appearance to the plant ...
Coreopsis tinctoria, commonly called plains coreopsis, garden coreopsis, golden tickseed or calliopsis, is an annual coreopsis that is native to the western U.S. (west of the Mississippi River). It is commonly cultivated in gardens as an annual, and has over time escaped from gardens and naturalized thoughout most of the eastern U. S. to the Atlantic Ocean. In Missouri, it is typically found in rocky glades, sandy ground and along roadsides and along railroad tracks (Steyermark). It grows 2-4 tall and to 18 wide on smooth, stiff, branching stems. One-two pinnate finely cut green leaves with linear-lanceolate leaflets (to 3 long) appear mostly on the lower half of the plant. Solitary, daisy-like flowers (to 1-2 diameter) feature yellow rays (7-9 per head) with reddish brown center disks. Each ray is toothed at the tip and spotted reddish-brown at the base. Flowers typically bloom over a long late spring to fall period. This species is synonymous with and formerly know as Calliopsis bicolor ...
The invention discloses coreopsis tinctoria-corn stigma healthy tea capable of lowering blood pressure and blood lipid. The coreopsis tinctoria-corn stigma healthy tea comprises the following components in parts by weight: 2.5-25 parts of corn stigma, 8-36 parts of coreopsis tinctoria, 5-15 parts of honeysuckle, 4-16 parts of liquorice, 1-25 parts of burdock, 5-15 parts of apocynumvenetum, 1-12 parts of the bark of eucommia, 8-16 parts of lily, 1-5 parts of semen cassiae, 2-6 parts of hawthorn, 6-15 parts of pseudo-ginseng, 5-15 parts of wolfberries and 6-10 parts of pericarpium citri reticulatae. The healthy tea is simple in formula, convenient to drink, has the efficacies of softening blood vessels and lowering the blood pressure, the blood pressure can be lowered to maintain the health after long-term drink of the healthy tea, the healthy tea is applicable to the crowds at any age groups as daily healthy beverage, the acid body is regulated, and the healthy tea is capable of preventing cold,
The Red Satin Coreopsis is easy to grow producing large red blooms all summer! The flowers stay bright red no matter how hot it gets.
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Tese de doutoramento, Farmácia (Química Farmacêutica e Terapêutica), Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Farmácia, 2011Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt. is a small aromatic annual and widely distributed plant that belongs to the Asteraceae family. Its use in traditional medicine has been described as early as the XVII century in China, where its decoction has been used for diarrhoea. Other medicinal properties have been added by North American Indians and include treatment of internal pains, bleeding, to strengthen blood and as an emetic. In Portugal, an infusion of the flowering tops has been described to have antidiabetic proprieties, applied to diabetes type 2 treatment. There are some published phytochemical studies on the genus Coreopsis but the information on this species chemical composition, until recently, was scarce. Flavonoids of chalcone, aurone and flavanone structure have been described in C. tinctoria flowering tops although there was no available information on the chemical ...
This Tickseed produces uniquely changing colors. The deep red centers bleed on to the green blooms, eventually becoming the dominant color by fall. PP# 20609 (Coreopsis)
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A new cultivar of hybrid Coreopsis plant named, `URIBL02`, that is characterized by its dwarf plant habit, by its large inflorescences, its ray florets ray florets that are light red-purple in color
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14-16 tall x 18-24 wide. Coreopsis Zagreb is a long blooming, easy-to-grow perennial with a big display of brilliant golden-yellow flowers beginning in late spring. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
This is coreopsis, Floridas state flower, so chosen as a result of a highway beautification program back in the 1960s, and because its dozen or so varieties are found throughout the state.
Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Lanceleaf Tickseed, Sterntaler Lanceleaf Tickseed). A showy, long-blooming coreopsis, Sterntaler is descended from an herbaceous perennial native to the southern and central U.S. It is notable for large, golden-yellow flowers with a central circle of burgundy. The plant is clump-forming, with lance-shaped leaves and thin stems that rise above them, bearing one flower each, from mid summer to frost in autumn.. Like most coreopsis, Rotkehlchen grows and flowers best in full to part sun and well drained, average soil. It will continue to bloom.... ...
Here is a list of wildflowers Georgia DOT workers have planted on roadsides over the years: black-eyed Susan bur marigold/tickseed clasping coneflower cornflower corn poppy cosmos Drummond phlox Golden Wave coreopsis Indian blanket/firewheel lanceleaf coreopsis lemon mint Mexican hatnarrow-leaved sunflower perennial gaillardia Plains coreopsis prairie coneflower showy primrose threadleaf coreopsisShowy primrose is not something that…
This plant can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted below.This plant may be known by one or more common names in different places, and some are listed above. Click on an acronym to view each weed list, or click here for a composite list of Weeds of the U.S. ...
Classes AA and A are used primarily for overhead transmission and primary and secondary distribution, where ampacity must be maintained and a lighter conductor (compared to ACSR) is desired, and when conductor strength is not a critical factor.
The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.
Perennials, 10-40(-80) cm. Leaf lobes mostly linear, 5-30(-45) × (0.5-)1-2(-4) mm. Heads 1-2(-4+) per stem. Peduncles (8-)15-30+ cm. Calyculi of 7-11+ oblong-deltate to linear bractlets (8-)12-20(-30) mm. Phyllaries 12-13+, lanceolate, 12-20 mm. Ray florets 16-21+; laminae 20-35+ mm. Disc corollas 5.5-7 mm. Cypselae oblong-rectangular, 6-7 mm. 2n = 24. Flowering Feb-Jun. Coastal bluffs and dunes; 0-100 m; Calif ...
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This showy annual or perennial herbaceous plant is one of our favorite border ornaments, flowering after most of our Summer annuals are past blooming and thriving in any good garden loam. Propagate...
Weeds are a major pest problem for Goldenmane Tickseed. Weeds can reduce seed yield by competing with the wildflower for water and nutrients. However, even if weed competition seems minimal and the wildflower crop is thriving, use cultural practices that will reduce the amount of weed seed that could be harvested with the crop seed. Preventing weed seed from getting into the wildflower seed harvest is usually easier than cleaning out the weed seeds after the harvest. In addition, marketing Goldenmane Tickseed seed will be difficult or impossible if too many weed seeds are mixed with the wildflower seed. Eliminate weeds that grow into the canopy of the crop to prevent weed seed from being harvested along with the wildflower seed. Be especially diligent about eradicating noxious weed species (1) from the Goldenmane Tickseed planting. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) prohibits the inclusion of noxious weed seed in any seed sold in Florida.. If chemical weed ...
May bring us our fifth gardening trend for 2014: Bee-neficials: Its all about the bees this year. News on bee and other pollinator populations is everywhere this spring. Obviously, pollinators are an essential requirement for many of our favorite food crops.. Pollination is a process that takes place in a flower to transfer pollen from the male to the female flower part, thus producing a fruit (or vegetable). There are many ways that plants are pollinated, including wind and animals. Most people think of bees and butterflies when thinking about pollinators, but bats, beetles, moths, flies, hummingbirds, wasps, and more also spread pollen in some plants.. Kelly Allsup, University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator, provides the following tips to help you choose the right plants and herbs for your pollinator garden.. Pollinator gardens typically contain native perennials such as the aromatic anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum), drought-tolerant coreopsis (Coreopsis grandiflora), ...
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We had a great walk this morning! A fresh breeze left over from yesterdays storms blew in from the west and made the shady side of the pipeline feel cool. One step into the sun and I felt hot, and just right for butterflies. Silver-spotted Skippers, Tiger Swallowtails, Azures, and a Great Spangled Fritillary fluttered around me as we headed down hill. Lots of plants are flowering now, including Pasture Rose, Coreopsis, Honeysuckle, Crimson Clover (left by the pipeline workers), Ragwort, as well as others. The bright red leaves of the Carolina Cranesbill attracted my attention and at closer inspection, its seeds fascinated me, so I sat to draw in a patch of thick, glossy grass. The blades towered over my head once I settled, so that my view of the world reminded me of what it would be like to be a deer, curled up for the night in a similar nest. Birds sang in the trees around me - most exciting was a Yellow-billed Cuckoos distinctive call - Ku-ku-ku-ku-ku-ku-ku-ku KALP KALP KALP ...
They seem to be doing very well. Here you can sometimes see coreopsis growing wild along country roads. They are a native plant. But of course here they bloom in summer.. ReplyDelete ...
Encourage longer blooming periods by removing mature flowers and seedpods of coreopsis, cosmos, gaillardia, marigolds, and zinnias. Increase bloom size of chrysanthemums and dahlias by removing half of the new buds. Prolong fuchsia blooms by picking off the faded flowers, yellowed leaves, and fruits. Trim back stems to force side branching and flowering, and fertilize and water them well. Prune summer-blooming shrubs when theyve finished flowering. Shape hedges for the last time this season. Continue gently shaping roses after pruning suckers, unwanted branches, and spent blooms; cultivate manure, bonemeal, and cottonseed meal into the top 3 inches of soil, and water deeply. ...
A brilliant blend of southwestern wildflowers that bloom in the late summer months. Six different blooms in hot yellow, orange and red including Lance Leaf Coreopsis, Desert Senna, Desert Marigold, Arizona Poppy, Firewheel, and Red Mexican Hat.
U.S. scientists say a byproduct of corn ethanol fuel production might become useful as a way of controlling weeds in potted ornamental plants. Researchers said the potential herbicide -- dried distillers grains with solubles, or DDGS -- is a byproduct of converting corn to fuel ethanol. DDGS is typically used as livestock feed but U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers Rick Boydston, Harold Collins and Steve Vaughn undertook a study to evaluate the use of DDGS as a weed deterrent on potted ornamentals. They applied DDGS two ways: to the soil surface and mixed into the potting media of transplanted ornamentals. Applied to the soil surface after transplanting, the researchers found DDGS caused no injury to plants and reduced the amount of common chickweed and annual bluegrass. Weed control was not perfect, Boydston said, but could reduce hand-weeding. When mixed into the potting media, however, DDDS was toxic to transplanted rose, coreopsis and phlox plants. The scientists noted additional ...
This month I visited the mountains and the beach, all within North Carolina, but everywhere I saw some new species. Montreat and the Asheville area were notable for their wildflowers, including flowering Putty Root orchids, and the officially threatened Red Knot (subspecies rufa) sandpiper made its appearance at both Fort Macon State Park in Atlantic Beach and at the beach outside town on Ocracoke Island. I had my first opportunity to see bee flies attempting predation by landing and hovering just outside solitary bee nests; I also saw my second Eastern Beach Tiger Beetle ever. Back at home, I continued to see very young insects and spiders on the bollards of the Third Fork Creek Trail, many of which defied identification. A large patch of Coreopsis flowers attracted many American Lady butterflies. Clearly this odd urban habitat is a special one, and which professional naturalists would benefit from studying.. Third Fork Creek Trail, Durham, NC 5/31/12. ...
I have a Coreopsis in my allotment with yellow flowers and it is mainly visited by bee mimic flies. I don`t really see other pollinators on these flowers. The plant the bees like most in my allotment is Phacelia, always covered in honeybees and bumblebees. Earlier in the year I have seen lots of little solitary bees in (and swarming around) the flowers of Campanula rotundifolia (harebell. There was not a lot else visiting, just these small solitary bees. ReplyDelete ...
Date: Sep 1, 2016. Author: Ryan De Vooght-Johnson. How do you make the best cup of tea? One size does not fit all, thats for sure. Many may be urged on by their taste buds, some by their caffeine urges, whilst others may be conscious of their health. Fixated by the latter, scientists based in China applied cutting-edge analytics to decipher: what is in our Coreopsis tinctoria flower tea?. Read More ...
Tick weed, more commonly known as tickseed or coreopsis, is a flowering perennial native to North America. Plants reach up to 4 feet in height and produce yellow, daisy-like flowers in summer through early fall. Valued for its ease of care, dependable performance, adaptability to a variety of growing conditions and ...
You are in USDA gardening zone 9. When you garden in Zone 9, you can delight in the many beautiful plants that require long growing seasons and thrive in mild winters. You will not be successful in growing plants that require cold temperatures to bloom, so avoid lilacs, tulips, and other standbys of northern gardens. Some perennial lants that will do well in your garden include: African Lily (Agapanthus); Aster (Aster sp.); Angels trumpet (Brugmansia); Babys breath (Gypsophila paniculata); Balloon flower (Platycodon); Basket-of-gold (Aurinia saxatilis); Beardtongue (Penstemon); Bears breeches (Acanthus sp.); Bee balm (Monarda sp.); Begonia (Begonia grandis); Blanket flower (Gaillardia x grandiflora); Bluestar (Amsonia tabernaemontana); Brunnera (Brunnera macrophylla); Bugleweed (Ajuga sp.) ;Canna (Canna sp.); Cardinal flower (Lobelia); Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum); Colewort (Crambe); Coral bells (Heuchera) hybrids ;Coreopsis (Coreopsis grandiflora and Coreopsis verticillata); Daylily ...
775 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: calla lily, camphor, candlewood, capsicum, carnation, cashew, castor-oil plant, catchfly, catkin, catnip, celandine, chamomile, checkerberry, chickweed, chicory, cinnamon, cinquefoil, cloudberry, clove, clover, cocoa, coffee, colocasia, comfrey, coreopsis, coriander, cornflower, cotton, cowbane, cowslip, crassula, creeper, crocus, and crowfoot.. ...
775 illustrations of flowers and shrubs including: calla lily, camphor, candlewood, capsicum, carnation, cashew, castor-oil plant, catchfly, catkin, catnip, celandine, chamomile, checkerberry, chickweed, chicory, cinnamon, cinquefoil, cloudberry, clove, clover, cocoa, coffee, colocasia, comfrey, coreopsis, coriander, cornflower, cotton, cowbane, cowslip, crassula, creeper, crocus, and crowfoot.. ...
From top to bottom: Meadowsweet, Ladys Bedstraw, Coreopsis, Madder, Australian Indigo, Madder Buds, Tansy, Woad, St Johns Wort). Not a lot happens in my garden at this time of year, it is cold and quiet with many plants hibernating underground. Most of the action happens in Spring and then late Summer/early Autumn when I harvest.. I took some photos in the garden this morning though and happened to notice the first tiny flower bud on the Indigofera, a sign that the days are indeed lengthening and soon the garden will be awake again.. Read More ...
Hyssop-Anise (Agastache foeniculum), Variegated Feather Reed Grass (Calamagrostis acutiflora), Ornamental Onion (Allium ), Tickseed (Coreopsis Big Bang), Black-Eyed-Susan (Rudbeckia speciosa), Fall Garden Mum (Chrysanthemum ), Woolly Thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus), Catmint (Nepeta faassenii ...
Achillea millefolium Walther Funcke Perennials suitable for the rock garden normal as preferable exposure Sun color red-brick, rust, then yellow-cream it belongs to the family of Asteraceae the flowering period is July - August hight 60 cm - 70 cm density 7 potted seedlings per square meter, diameter pot 14cm It is sold at a price of 5.00 € species and varieties bearing high excellent cut flower Campanula, Chrysanthemum, Coreopsis, Delphinium, Erigeron, Geranium, Helenium, Salvia code AC72670. [...More details...]. ...
astilbe: foliage protects plant over winter, needs light cleanup in spring only. bergenia: needs light cleanup in spring only. campanula/bellflower: cut plant back in spring. Cut flower stalks after blooming to base of plant. clematis (most): deadhead spent flowers, cut plant back to 6 inches in spring. coreopsis/tickseed: cut plant back to 6 inches in spring. Shear off flower stems after blooming. crysthanthemums/mums: foliage protects plant over winter; cut plant back in spring. Remove faded flower heads after blooming. delphiniums: cut plant back in spring. Cut back flower stalks to base of plant after blooming. diantus/sweet william: foliage protects plant over winter, cut back plant in spring. digitalis/foxglove: requires light cleanup in spring only. Cut flower stalks to base of plant after blooming. echinacea and other coneflowers: deadhead after blooming if desired, only requireslight cleanup in spring. globe thistle/echinops: requires light cleanup in spring only, do not cut back in ...
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Powdery mildews are one of the most common diseases of ornamental plants; many nursery, flower, vegetables, and woody plants are susceptible. Greenhouse crops prone to infection include African violet, Begonia , Dahlia , gerbera daisy, Hydrangea , roses, Verbena, Kalanchoe, and Poinsettia. Herbaceous perennials particularly susceptible to Powdery mildew include Aster, Centaurea, Coreopsis, Delphinium, Monarda, Phlox, Rudebeckia, and Sedum. The disease is easily recognizable as a white to gray powdery growth on leaves and sometimes stems and flowers. Powdery mildew may have little or no affect on the plant (other than aesthetic) or it may cause infected leaves to distort, discolor, wither, and defoliate prematurely. Most Powdery mildews have evolved to avoid killing their hosts because they can only survive in living plant tissue. Symptoms and their severity depend upon the cultivar or species of host plant, the powdery mildew species, environmental conditions, and the age of plant tissue when it ...
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Flower unisexual, ± radial; sepals generally 3 5, free or fused; petals generally 0; stamens 1 many, free or filaments fused; ovary superior, chambers 1 4, styles free or fused, simple or ...
0028]In some embodiments, ornamental plants are chosen from the following: Acacia, Achillea, African Boxwood, African Lily, African Violet, Agapanthus, Ageratum, Ageratum houstonim, Allium, Alpina, Alstroemeria, Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Amaryllis, Ammi majus, Anconitum, Anemone, Anigozanthus, Annual Delphinium, Anthurium, Antirrhinum majus, Asparagus, Aster, Aster spp., Astilbe, Azalea, Babys Breath, Bachelors Button, Banksia, Begonia, Bellflower; Bells of Ireland, Big Flax, Billy Buttons, Blazing Star; Bleeding Heart, Boronia, Bouvardia, Broom, Buddleia, Bupleurum, Butterfly Bush, Butterfly Orchid, California Pepperberry, Calla Lily, Campanul, Candytuft, Canterbury Bells, Carnation, Carthamus, Caspia, Cattleya, Celosia, Celosia argenta, Centaurea cyanus, Chamelaucium, Chimney Bells, Chrysanthemum, Chrysanthemum×morifolium, Clarkia, Consolida ambigua, Convallaria, Coral Bell, Cordyline, Coreopsis, Cornflower, Craspedia; Curly Willow, Cyclamen, Cymbidium, Cymbidium Orchid, Daffodil, Daisy, ...
Species: Salvia lanceolata. Name. Salvia lanceolata Brouss.. References. Elenchus Plantarum Horti Botanici Monspeliensis. app. 15. 1806. ...
The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between leg muscle strength, trunk muscle endurance, rang of motion of lower extremity and anthropometric factors with balance ability in female athletes. Forty healthy athlete women (mean age 20.5? 3.86 years, height 161.20? 7.26 cm and weight 53.91? 5.57 kg) participated in this study. Biacromial breadth, bi iliac breadth, ankle bimalleolar breadth, static and dynamic balance, rang of motion of lower extremity, trunk muscle endurance and maximum unilateral squat strength were measured. There was a significant and positive correlation between static balance scores with hip adduction and between dynamic balance and hip flexion (P
Kriezis; ex-HMS Coreopsis, commissioned RN August 1940, handed over 10 November 1943, returned to RN 1 June 1952 and scrapped ... Coreopsis; built by A. & J. Inglis, laid down 13 October 1939, launched 23 May 1940 and completed 17 August 1940. Transferred ...
HMS Coreopsis, (Clyde-built), Flower-class corvette for British Admiralty, launched 23 May 1940, completed 17 August 1940, ... "HMS Coreopsis". The Yard. Retrieved 27 February 2017. "Novelist". The Yard. Retrieved 27 February 2017. "Araybank". The Yard. ...
Coreopsis latifolia. Corypha Hystrix. Cristaria coccinea, Bot. Mag. t. 1673. Croton maritimum. Cypripedium Calceolus. ...
Coreopsis tinctoria var. tinctoria (golden tickseed), infusion of whole plant, except for the root, taken by women desiring ...
". "IPNI entry for Coreopsis ridens". "IPNI entry for Bidens venosa". Flora of North America, Bidens cernua Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2 ...
These can include shrubs such as winterfat, spiny hopsage, and boxthorn (Lycium spp.). Preferred annuals include Coreopsis spp ...
The plant was at first named Coreopsis chippii after British botanist Thomas Ford Chipp (1886-1931)). Chipp found it on 11 ... The International Plant Names Index, Coreopsis chippii M.B.Moss "Specimen: K000410525". Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. Earl ... Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information, Royal Gardens, Kew 1929(6): 196, as Coreopsis chippii Mesfin Tadesse. 1984. Symbolae ... Edward Sherff (20 October 1936). "Revision of the Genus Coreopsis" (PDF). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Retrieved ...
Guyton, John (2013). "Mississippi's Wildflowers are Coreopsis spp" (PDF). Mississippi Native Plants and Environmental Education ...
The larvae feed on Coreopsis species. Data related to Argyrotaenia isolatissima at Wikispecies tortricidae.com "Moth ...
Among other specimens, he collected Coreopsis chippii near the summit. On his return, Chipp was faced with a huge ... Earl Edward Sherff (20 October 1936). "Revision of the Genus Coreopsis" (PDF). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.. ...
It can be found in Coreopsis maritima. It is an anthochlor pigment, a kind of yellow pigment. Maritimein on metabolomics.jp ...
A prominent trial garden has focused Horticultural research on the genera Coreopsis, Heuchera, Baptisia, Monarda and Trillium ... Horticultural research focuses on Coreopsis, Heuchera, Baptisia, and Trillium. Mt. Cuba Center is a "national collection" ...
In 2015 she was Resident Artist for Cherry Hill Seminary, and in 2017 was Resident Artist for Coreopsis Journal of Myth and ... http://societyforritualarts.com/coreopsis/artist-in-residence-statement/ "Adults". TUCSON CLAY CO-OP. "Classes". Lauren Raine ...
Coreopsis, built by Barclay Curle, launched 15 September 1917. Sold for breaking up 6 September 1922. Cowslip, built by Barclay ...
HMS Coreopsis and HMS Portchester Castle. In Nicholas Monsarrat's original book, "HMS Saltash" was a larger River-class frigate ...
Coreopsis L. - tickseed Corethamnium R.M.King & H.Rob. Corethrogyne DC - sandaster Coronidium Paul G. Wilson Correllia A.M. ...
Coreopsis alba L. *Coreopsis corymbifolia Buch.-Ham. ex DC. *Coreopsis leucantha L. ...
Some authors place Coreopsis and Cosmos in the Coreopsideae tribe. In addition to the benefits brought by the group, some are ... Many garden flowers are also in this group, such as Coreopsis, Cosmos, Echinacea, Rudbeckia, and Zinnia. ... Coreopsis, Cosmos) Coulterellinae Desmanthodiinae Dimeresiinae Ecliptinae Engelmanniinae (includes: rosinweed) Enhydrinae ...
Coreopsis L. - nachyłek. *Cosmos Cav. - kosmos. *Cyathomone S.F. Blake. *Dahlia Cav. - dalia ...
Opening Coreopsis tinctoria flower buds Within botany[edit]. The term bud (as in budding) is used by analogy within zoology as ...
The larvae feed on the seeds of Acamptopappus sphaerocephalus and Coreopsis species. They create a trivalved, tubular silken ...
She worked on other perennial plants as well, creating Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'. She became a full professor in 1962, ...
"Five new alien species in the flora of Montenegro: Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt., Ipomoea indica (Burm.) Merr., Lupinus × regalis ...
Sweet Coreopsis grandiflora Sweet - American Tickseed Cyanotis axillaris (L.) Sweet Dillwynia pungens (Sweet) Benth. Hakea ...
Flora of North America 2(2): 339 as Coreopsis discoidea v t e. ...
Other wildflowers within the reserve include the owl's clover, lupine, goldfields, cream cups and coreopsis. The intense ...
Not HMS Coreopsis (1917), a sloop and Q-ship with which it is often confused. Bendert, Harald (2000). Die UB-Boote der ... On her second patrol, she was picked up by HM Drifter Coreopsis II off the coast of Belfast, Ireland on 30 April 1918, after ...
The Royal Hellenic Navy supplied Kriezis (formerly HMS Coreopsis) for the role prior to her scrapping. The only survivor of the ...
Coreopsis, Jonquil, Pink and Sunflower. These were joined later by the destroyers HMS Chesterfield and Ripley. B7's first ...
The larvae feed on Eupatorium and Coreopsis species, as well as Bidens frondosa and Myrica asplenifolia. The species ...
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Coreopsis sect. Pseudoagarista (35) See: Coreopsis cyclocarpa S.F.Blake Coreopsis bicolor Coreopsis leavenworthii Torr. & A. ... Coreopsis mexicana Coreopsis mutica DC. Coreopsis floridana E.B.Sm. - Florida tickseed Coreopsis gladiata Walter - coastalplain ... 35 species Coreopsis mcvaughii D.J.Crawford Coreopsis petrophila A.Gray Coreopsis petrophiloides B.L.Rob. & Greenm. Coreopsis ... Gray - Leavenworths tickseed Coreopsis paludosa M.E.Jones Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt. - plains coreopsis Coreopsis auriculata L ...
Coreopsis californica is a North American species of tickseed in the sunflower family. Coreopsis californica var. californica ... California coreopsis Jepson Manual treatment for Coreopsis californica var. californica v t e. ... Coreopsis californica is an annual herb up to 30 cm (12 inches) tall. It has linear leaves that are generally basal and 2-10 ... The Plant List, Coreopsis californica (Nutt.) H.Sharsm. UC/Jepson . accessed 6.16.2012 Calflora taxon report, University of ...
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Coreopsis: Plant Care & Growing Guide - The Spruce. www.thespruce.com/growing-and-using-coreopsis-in-the-flower-garden-1402839 ... Coreopsis Zagreb Plant Tickseed Coreopsis Beautiful Yellow Blooms Hardy Perennial Plants 1 Quart Plant Live Plants Yellow ... Zagreb Coreopsis , Knowledgebase , Johnsons Nursery. www.kb.jniplants.com/zagreb-coreopsis-verticillata/ ... Zagreb Coreopsis , Knowledgebase , Johnsons Nursery. www.kb.jniplants.com/zagreb-coreopsis-verticillata/ ...
Golden Coreopsis spotted along the Los Angeles River. From A Gardeners Notebook with Douglas E. Welch ... Golden Coreopsis by Douglas E. Welch as a Mask. ... Golden Coreopsis Mask. Designed and sold by Douglas E. Welch. $ ...
This Coreopsis is part of the Hardy Jewel Series. I think it would be good to be noted in the database.... ... This Coreopsis is part of the Hardy Jewel Series. I think it would be good to be noted in the database. Is this something I can ... Hybrid tickseed (Coreopsis Hardy Jewel™ Garnet). http://www.terranovanurseries..... ~~ ATP BB Codes ~~ ...
click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Coreopsis thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ... plains coreopsis. This plant can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted below.This plant may be ... The Plants Database includes the following 3 subspecies of Coreopsis tinctoria . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for ...
Coreopsis gigantea (Kellogg) H.M. Hall Show All. Show Tabs. giant coreopsis ... click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Coreopsis thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ...
Lance Leaf Coreopsis is a tough perennial that is native to North America. Perennial. ... Texas Red Yucca , Hesperaloe Tickseed , Coreopsis Thyme , Thymus Veronica, Speedwell Vines (Flowering) Yarrow , Achillea Yucca ... Lance Leaf Coreopsis is easy to grow and tolerates drought, sandy soil and partial shade. A must-have for any wildflower ... Coneflower , Echinacea Coral Bells , Heuchera Coreopsis , Tickseed Culinary Perennial Herbs Deadnettle , Lamium Desert Olive ( ...
A very free-flowering Coreopsis with blooms that change from peachy-yellow to rosy-peach in cool weather. Attractive to ... Every garden deserves this tireless Coreopsis, a beautiful presence in the sunny border, container, edging, foundation, ... Every garden deserves this tireless Coreopsis, a beautiful presence in the sunny border, container, edging, foundation, ...
Roulette is a dazzling gold-striped mahogany Coreopsis that blooms constantly all summer long. Very easy to grow from seed in ... You will love this utterly distinctive color pattern, unlike anything else in the garden and certainly unique for a Coreopsis! ... You will love this utterly distinctive color pattern, unlike anything else in the garden and certainly unique for a Coreopsis! ... The Most Beautiful Coreopsis Yet -- and with the Award to Prove It! ...
... Coreopsis auriculata Snowberry PP#18,560 This Coreopsis is sterile, so it devotes all its energy to ... Coreopsis. Planting: Set plants 10 to 12 inches apart, or more for larger cultivars. Choose a location in full sun or very ... Coreopsis. Planting: Set plants 10 to 12 inches apart, or more for larger cultivars. Choose a location in full sun or very ... These 1½-inch blooms are lighter than most Coreopsis, a creamy color punctuated by a frizzy orange eye and startling maroon ...
Coreopsis tinctoria atkinsoniana is a ANNUAL growing to 0.6 m (2ft). The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female ... Coreopsis gigantea. Giant coreopsis, Sea Dahlia. 0. 0. Coreopsis tinctoria. Coreopsis, Golden tickseed, Atkinsons tickseed, ... Coreopsis auriculata. Tickseed, Lobed tickseed,Mouse-eared Coreopsis, Eared Coreopsis. 0. 0. ... Coreopsis tinctoria atkinsoniana is a ANNUAL growing to 0.6 m (2ft). The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female ...
... identification and distribution of Coreopsis lanceolata, leaf - on upper stem image ... Coreopsis lanceolata, leaf - on upper stem. click on image to enlarge. © Copyright Steve Baskauf, 2002-2011 Email full-size ... IM/I_SB/0247/320/Coreopsis_lanceolata,_leaf_-_on_upper_stem,I_SB24701.jpg. width=214 x height=320 pixels; size=8903 bytes ...
Coreopsis pubescens Ell. Family - Asteraceae Stems - To 1m tall, erect, with fibrous roots, multiple from base, branching in ...
Retrieve Jepson Interchange Index to Plant Names entry for Coreopsis bigelovii Retrieve dichotomous key for Coreopsis Retrieve ... COREOPSIS. TICKSEED. Annual, perennial herb, shrubs. Stems slender to stout and fleshy. Leaves simple to several times ... multiple-entry key (MEKA) for Coreopsis Overlay Consortium of California Herbaria specimen data by county on this map Show ...
Coreopsis tinctoria is native to the U.S but is considered non-native in Florida. Coreopsis basalis is considered native by ... The genus coreopsis is Floridas state wildflower.. Coreopsis leavenworthii (Figure 1) is found throughout Florida, and until ... Scientific name: Coreopsis leavenworthii. Pronunciation: kor-ree-OP-sis lev-en-WERTH-ee-eye. Common name(s): Leavenworths ... Coreopsis species are generally short-lived and may only last 3 to 4 seasons. Try using these plants as a border or edge. They ...
... coreopsis star cluster, at NatureHills.com. Shop now for tickseed, low maintenance, drought tolerant plants! ... Coreopsis Star Cluster (Tickseed), Coreopsis Star Cluster, grows 18-24" tall, is compact, and a well-branched plant. The ... This coreopsis makes an amazing colorful specimen in containers or when planted in a mass or in front of borders. Plant Star ... healthy bright green foliage of this coreopsis remains attractive all season.. Star Cluster delivers a profusion of creamy ...
... can be distinguished from other Coreopsis spp. primarily by the lack of lobes on its ... Sand Coreopsis. Coreopsis lanceolata. Aster family (Asteraceae). Description: Fertile shoots of this perennial plant are 1 -3 ... A long-tongued bee, Melissodes coreopsis) is an oligolege (specialist pollinator) of Coreopsis spp. Some insects feed ... and other parts of Sand Coreopsis and other Coreopsis spp. These species include the Ragweed Leaf Beetle (Calligrapha ...
Tall Coreopsis. Coreopsis tripteris. Aster family (Asteraceae). Description: This perennial herbaceous plant is 3-8 tall and ... Tall Coreopsis can be distinguished from other Coreopsis spp. in Illinois by its greater height, later period of bloom, and ... Comments: Tall Coreopsis (Coreopsis tripteris) is more impressive when it occurs in loose colonies, rather than as a stand- ... In contrast, most Coreopsis spp. have flowerheads with yellow centers. Because of its greater height, Tall Coreopsis could be ...
Read about common coreopsis questions & the diseases these plants contract. Burpee ... Get gardening tips on how to grow coreopsis from expert gardeners at Burpee. ... Is coreopsis deer resistant? Yes, coreopsis can be deer resistant.. Do I have to deadhead coreopsis? Yes, coreopsis will bloom ... Coreopsis: Indoor or Direct Sow or Potted Plant Perennial. How to Sow and Plant Coreopsis. Coreopsis may be grown from seed ...
Seed Production of Goldenmane Coreopsis1. Jeffrey G. Norcini 2 Species Description. The genus Coreopsis is Floridas State ... Coreopsis basalis, commonly known as Goldenmane Tickseed or Dye Flower, brightens roadsides and fields of Central Florida and ... Figure 3. The characteristic small, dark-red spots at the base of the petals of Goldenmane Coreopsis. ... Effect of harvest method on seed yield of Coreopsis lanceolata L. and Gaillardia pulchella Foug. J. Environ. Hort. 20:20-23. ...
Coreopsis x Balupteamed, at NatureHills.com, Americas largest online plant nursery. Save up to 50% today! ... Cream and Red Coreopsis (Coreopsis x Balupteamed) is a wonderful solution! This plant, often called the "tickseed," offers ... Youll appreciate the Uptick™ Cream and Red Coreopsiss color so much, youll want to spread the love over the extent of your ... Let the Uptick™ Cream and Red Coreopsis will dazzle you with its 3-inch blooms. ...
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Coreopsis are vibrantly-colored native wildflowers that thrive in low-water situations. Deer resistant and late-blooming, ... Plains Coreopsis makes for gorgeous cut flowers and can be grown in almost any sunny spot, from Maine all the way to California ... Coreopsis (also known as Tickseed) is a North American native wildflower that brings bold color to gardens and meadows without ... Plant Lance-Leaf Coreopsis for tall, swaying golden color or choose the Plains variety for two-toned flowerheads that pair ...
Water during drought, but Coreopsis is quite drought-tolerant once established.. Fertilizer/Soil and pH: Coreopsis is not fussy ... Coreopsis rosea prefers an evenly moist soil (in which it may run a bit wild), although it is not a requirement. Fertilize ... Please note that Coreopsis Moonbeam will arrive as a tangle of roots and stems that defies attempts to distinguish top from ... A genus of Daisy-like plants, Coreopsis is excellent for the border. Most species are native to the southeastern United States ...
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  • Coreopsis (/ˌkɒriːˈɒpsɪs/) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Coreopsis 'Route 66' ® Perennials suitable for the rock garden normal as preferable exposure Sun color dark yellow with dark red center it belongs to the family of Asteraceae the flowering period is June - September hight 60 cm - 80 cm density 5 potted seedlings per square meter, diameter pot 14cm It is sold at a price of 6.00 € - Aster, Delphinium, Gaillardia, Gaura, Phlox pan. (vivaipriola.com)
  • kód: 0635 rod: Coreopsis druh: Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' čeľaď: Asteraceae slov. (slovensketrvalky.sk)
  • Tickseed , any ornamental summer-blooming plant of the genus Coreopsis of the family Asteraceae , consisting of about 115 species of annual and perennial herbs native to North America . (britannica.com)
  • Coreopsis is a variable genus closely related to Bidens. (wikipedia.org)
  • One group which does seem to be monophyletic consists of temperate species from North America, including five sections of Coreopsis, Bidens coronata and Bidens tripartita, and the genus Thelesperma (five species). (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus coreopsis is Florida's state wildflower. (ufl.edu)
  • A genus of Daisy-like plants, Coreopsis is excellent for the border. (whiteflowerfarm.com)
  • Coreopsis is a genus of between 75-80 species from North America, Mexico, Central and South America. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • Plants in the genus Coreopsis are sometimes commonly called tickseed in reference to the resemblance of the seeds to ticks. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • There are some published phytochemical studies on the genus Coreopsis but the information on this species chemical composition, until recently, was scarce. (rcaap.pt)
  • S.F.Blake - goldenmane tickseed Coreopsis grandiflora Hogg ex Sweet - large-flowered tickseed Coreopsis intermedia Sherff - goldenwave tickseed Coreopsis lanceolata L. - lance coreopsis, lance-leaf tickseed Coreopsis nuecensis A.Heller - crown tickseed Coreopsis nuecensoides E.B.Sm. (wikipedia.org)
  • Nematicidal Activities of Acetylene Compounds from Coreopsis lanceolata L. (degruyter.com)
  • Coreopsis can be divided into two groups that have different growing requirements: Coreopsis grandiflora and Coreopsis verticiliata (Threadleaf Tickseed) cultivars and hybrids. (highcountrygardens.com)
  • 1. Coreopsis grandiflora types (Tickseed) - these cultivars are generally grown from seed and are a short-lived perennial (3 to 4 years). (highcountrygardens.com)
  • Coreopsis grandiflora, the botanical name for coreopsis, is a no-fuss perennial. (gardenguides.com)
  • 5012 Coreopsis grandiflora Open-pollinated. (fedcoseeds.com)
  • tickseed Flower of the tickseed species Coreopsis grandiflora . (britannica.com)
  • Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb', C.v. 'Golden Showers', C. ... MORE grandiflora 'Early Sunrise. (thespruce.com)
  • A.Gray - Leavenworth's tickseed Coreopsis paludosa M.E.Jones Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Plants Database includes the following 3 subspecies of Coreopsis tinctoria . (usda.gov)
  • Coreopsis tinctoria atkinsoniana - (Douglas. (pfaf.org)
  • Coreopsis tinctoria atkinsoniana is a ANNUAL growing to 0.6 m (2ft). (pfaf.org)
  • Coreopsis tinctoria is native to the U.S but is considered non-native in Florida. (ufl.edu)
  • Phytochemical study of Coreopsis tinctoria and evaluation of its antidiabetic p. (rcaap.pt)
  • This red and yellow type is plains coreopsis (C. tinctoria) . (hgtv.com)
  • Golden coreopsis ( C. tinctoria ) is a popular garden plant, and swamp tickseed ( C. rosea ) is grown in wildflower gardens. (britannica.com)
  • stiff tickseed Coreopsis pulchra F.E.Boynton - woodland tickseed Coreopsis tripteris L. - tall tickseed Coreopsis verticillata L. - whorled tickseed Coreopsis douglasii (DC. (wikipedia.org)
  • COREOPSIS verticillata 'Zagreb' Cat. (hortico.com)
  • Coreopsis verticillata , commonly called threadleaf coreopsis or whorled coreopsis, is a rhizomatous perennial which typically grows in dense, bushy clumps to 1-3' tall. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • Coreopsis verticillata Sizzle & Spice Sassy Saffron - This brazen perennial demands attention during the summer with its cheery and bright yellow color. (millettephotomedia.com)
  • Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' sa vyznačujúci sa svetlo žltou farbou kvetu. (slovensketrvalky.sk)
  • A true staple to meadows across the country, Lance Leaf Coreopsis is a tough perennial that is native to North America. (highcountrygardens.com)
  • Coreopsis 'Zagreb' is a long blooming, easy-to-grow perennial with a big display of brilliant golden-yellow flowers beginning in late spring. (highcountrygardens.com)
  • Coreopsis 'Zagreb' is a superior flowering perennial that grows readily in a wide range of garden conditions. (highcountrygardens.com)
  • The new cultivar of Coreopsis is an herbaceous perennial grown for landscape and container use. (patents.com)
  • This species of coreopsis has a clump-forming growth pattern but may be more reliably perennial than other clump-forming species of coreopsis especially if planted in sandy, well drained soil. (wordpress.com)
  • While coreopsis can overwinter in mild climates as a perennial, but in cold climates, you'll want to wait to plant in the spring. (sunset.com)
  • This compact, long blooming perennial makes a colorful specimen in pots and really makes a splash when planted en masse near the front of flower borders. (monrovia.com)
  • The result of ten years of intensive breeding involving up to 8 different Coreopsis species, these improved perennial forms are evaluated for hardiness, extended duration of flowering, distinctive flower forms, improved disease resistance, vigor and improved plant habit. (monrovia.com)
  • plains coreopsis Coreopsis auriculata L. - lobed tickseed Coreopsis basalis (A.Dietr. (wikipedia.org)
  • plains coreopsis is hardy in Zones 3-11. (hgtv.com)
  • Coreopsis is one of the easiest perennials to grow, and with little effort, you'll get a reliable show of summer flowers. (thoughtco.com)
  • These 1½-inch blooms are lighter than most Coreopsis, a creamy color punctuated by a frizzy orange eye and startling maroon circle at the base of the petals. (waysidegardens.com)
  • Let the Uptick™ Cream and Red Coreopsis will dazzle you with its 3-inch blooms. (naturehills.com)
  • The blooms are amazingly big and amazingly abundant, covering the neat, rounded plant for the entire summer - that's three months of blooms, rather than the 6-8 weeks you get out of most hardy Coreopsis. (brighterblooms.com)
  • Coreopsis seeds are easy to grow, and produce large yellow blooms that work well as cut flowers. (everwilde.com)
  • Other coreopsis varieties include the pale yellow 'Moonbeam' (sterile blooms so no self-seeding), 'Desert Coral' (orange and red flowers) and 'Li'l Bang Starstruck' (pink and white blossoms). (hgtv.com)
  • Coreopsis blooms through October, with medium yellow or pink blossoms on a plant that reaches 1 to 3 feet at maturity. (gardenguides.com)
  • By the way, coreopsis species are commonly called tickseeds because their seeds resemble the blood-sucking bugs. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • fringeleaf tickseed Coreopsis linifolia Nutt. (wikipedia.org)
  • Texas tickseed Coreopsis nudata Nutt. (wikipedia.org)
  • Georgia tickseed Coreopsis rosea Nutt. (wikipedia.org)
  • larkspurleaf tickseed Coreopsis major Walter - greater tickseed Coreopsis palmata Nutt. (wikipedia.org)
  • H.M.Hall - Douglas's tickseed Coreopsis californica (Nutt. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Plant List, Coreopsis californica (Nutt. (wikipedia.org)
  • California coreopsis Jepson Manual treatment for Coreopsis californica var. (wikipedia.org)
  • Pseudoagarista (35) See: Coreopsis cyclocarpa S.F.Blake Coreopsis bicolor Coreopsis leavenworthii Torr. (wikipedia.org)
  • Coreopsis leavenworthii (Figure 1) is found throughout Florida, and until recently was considered endemic. (ufl.edu)
  • Coreopsis leavenworthii require a sunny position in the landscape. (ufl.edu)
  • The most widespread of Florida's coreopsis species is Leavenworth's tickseed, Coreopsis leavenworthii , not named after the federal military prison, we trust. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • All Coreopsis species were designated the state wildflower of the U.S. state of Florida in 1991. (wikipedia.org)
  • While a mass planting of coreopsis is spectacular, the flowers also add interest to mixed flower borders and wildflower gardens. (thebump.com)
  • This is coreopsis, Florida's state wildflower, so chosen by the Legislature in 1991. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • The federation later began campaigning to make coreopsis Florida the official state wildflower, culminating with its selection during the 1991 legislative session. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • A native wildflower, coreopsis brings reliable color to the garden. (hgtv.com)
  • What's the difference between Moonbeam and Zagreb Coreopsis? (yahoo.com)
  • The plant looks healthy and robust, but while the lone bloom has the signature purple throat, the petals themselves look a pale, luminescent yellow - the shade of yellow the Coreopsis Moonbeam has. (whiteflowerfarm.com)
  • Moonbeam and Zagred are shorter coreopsis, growing to about 12 to 18 inches tall. (gardenguides.com)
  • According to the United States Department of Agriculture, there are 34 species of coreopsis growing in North America. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • A profuse and lengthy bloomer, Coreopsis rosea can be cut back in late summer to promote new early Autumn flowers. (prairienursery.com)
  • The single or double flowers bloom in shades of yellow, gold and bronze, with the exception of Coreopsis rosea, which has delicate pink flowers. (thebump.com)
  • Pink coreopsis cultivars include the spreading Rosea that reaches a height of 12 to 15 inches, and Heavens Gate, with red centered pink flowers that are quite large. (gardenguides.com)
  • Coreopsis flowers (also known as tickseed) grow wild in the Great Plains, and so have adapted to drought conditions, and can thrive even on dry, sandy soil. (everwilde.com)
  • Coreopsis, also known as tickseed , produces scores of sunny yellow flowers in summer months. (bhg.com)
  • There are 75-80 species of Coreopsis, all of which are native to North, Central, and South America. (wikipedia.org)
  • Coreopsis basalis is considered native by some and non-native by others. (ufl.edu)
  • Coreopsis basalis, commonly known as Goldenmane Tickseed or Dye Flower, brightens roadsides and fields of Central Florida and North Florida from as early as April to as late as mid-June (Figure 1). (ufl.edu)
  • Coreopsis floridana E.B.Sm. (wikipedia.org)
  • There's even a coreopsis found only in the Sunshine State called Florida Tickseed ( Coreopsis floridana ). (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • Plant-instructies: Goeddoorlatende grond en volle zon. (freewebs.com)
  • Coreopsis can grow in a garden as a border plant, or in a container, preferring well-drained soil. (wikipedia.org)
  • Zagreb Coreopsis is a compact, clump forming plant with airy, thread-like bright green foliage. (yahoo.com)
  • What kind of flowers does a Coreopsis plant produce? (yahoo.com)
  • What kind of plants to plant with Zagreb Coreopsis? (yahoo.com)
  • Coreopsis Star Cluster (Tickseed), Coreopsis 'Star Cluster', grows 18-24" tall, is compact, and a well-branched plant. (naturehills.com)
  • Some insects feed destructively on the plant juices, flowerheads, and other parts of Sand Coreopsis and other Coreopsis spp. (illinoiswildflowers.info)
  • An excellent ground cover or border plant, Rose Coreopsis spreads easily, forming attractive patches. (prairienursery.com)
  • And, most remarkably for Coreopsis, the plant stays tight and dense, never flopping open, even at the end of the season. (brighterblooms.com)
  • A new cultivar of hybrid Coreopsis plant named, `URIBL02`, that is characterized by its dwarf plant habit, by its large inflorescences, its ray florets ray florets that are light red-purple in color with a yellow base, and its disk florets that are orange-red in color. (patents.com)
  • 1. A new and distinct cultivar of Coreopsis plant named `URIBL02` as herein illustrated and described. (patents.com)
  • The objective of the breeding program is to develop hybrid cultivars of Coreopsis with unique flower colors and dwarf plant habit. (patents.com)
  • Blossoms of Coreopsis Zagreb appear on pure green slender foliage and continuously bloom from early summer right into fall. (yahoo.com)
  • For 4 months or more, this intrepid Coreopsis flowers profusely atop bushy, dense, mounded foliage. (waysidegardens.com)
  • The healthy bright green foliage of this coreopsis remains attractive all season. (naturehills.com)
  • Coreopsis should be spaced adequately to allow airflow and light penetration between the foliage. (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • Bacterial leaf spots on coreopsis appear as irregular brown splotches or spots on the foliage, while leaf spots caused by fungi are purple to tan. (thebump.com)
  • Companion Plants: As Zagreb Coreopsis doesn't play nice in moist, fertile soils, it's best to pair it with other plants of similar site requirements. (yahoo.com)
  • The variety shown here is threadleaf coreopsis, but really any coreopsis will do. (thoughtco.com)
  • These attributes in combination distinguish `URIBL02` as unique cultivar of Coreopsis. (patents.com)
  • If you've been pleased with the performance of Big Bang™ Coreopsis like 'Mercury Rising', you might also like to try the Li'l Bang™ series from the same breeder, master hybridizer Darrell Probst. (waltersgardens.com)
  • Coreopsis californica is a North American species of tickseed in the sunflower family. (wikipedia.org)
  • Coreopsis californica is an annual herb up to 30 cm (12 inches) tall. (wikipedia.org)
  • Rio Grande tickseed Coreopsis pubescens Elliott - star tickseed Coreopsis wrightii (A.Gray) H.M.Parker - rock tickseed Coreopsis cuneifolia Greenm. (wikipedia.org)
  • Coreopsis pubescens Ell. (missouriplants.com)
  • Florida tickseed Coreopsis gladiata Walter - coastalplain tickseed Coreopsis integrifolia Poir. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thirteen coreopsis species occur in Florida, eleven of which are widely considered native to Florida. (ufl.edu)
  • Goldenmane Coreopsis in a crop grown for seed in North Florida. (ufl.edu)
  • It's one of two coreopsis species native to South Florida. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • FDOT teamed up with the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs to fund a research project at Florida Atlantic University, which determined that coreopsis was the perfect choice. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • In fact, neither Coreopsis nor Bidens, as defined in the 20th century, is strictly monophyletic. (wikipedia.org)
  • Previously (1936), Coreopsis was classified into 11 sections and 114 species, but the African species were subsequently reclassified as Bidens, leaving the North and South American species, some 75-80 in all, under Coreopsis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Rose Coreopsis is a showy, rare to endangered native of eastern states. (prairienursery.com)
  • Coreopsis (Tickseed) are long-blooming native wildflowers that are easy-to-grow and provide ample nectar for butterflies. (highcountrygardens.com)
  • Wanting to see this native used more, breeder Darrel Probst has spent his career making the humble Coreopsis into a queen in the garden! (brighterblooms.com)
  • Coreopsis ( Tickseed , Pot of Gold ) are native to North, Central, and South America. (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • When do the blossoms of Coreopsis Zagreb Bloom? (yahoo.com)
  • The golden-yellow flowers of Lanceleaf Coreopsis bloom for weeks on end, creating a fantastic early summer display. (prairienursery.com)
  • One species or another is found in 66 of Florida's 67 counties - Hamilton County on the Georgia border is the lone exception - and nothing says sunshine more than coreopsis in bloom. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • White powdery patches form on the leaves, young stems, buds and flowers of coreopsis. (thebump.com)
  • Coreopsis bigelovii (A.Gray) Voss - Bigelow's tickseed Coreopsis calliopsidea (DC. (wikipedia.org)
  • Coreopsis 'Mango Punch' grows in a compact mound (12 in. (sunset.com)
  • In the language of flowers, Coreopsis means to be always cheerful, while Coreopsis arkansa in particular stands for love at first sight. (wikipedia.org)
  • This Coreopsis is sterile, so it devotes all its energy to making new flowers! (waysidegardens.com)
  • Coreopsis has long been valued for its ability to withstand adverse conditions while producing large numbers of starry flowers, but the hardy ones are pretty much all yellow, and the interestingly colored ones have been annuals. (brighterblooms.com)
  • This variety is hardy to Zone 5, so even folks in Michigan can grow this wonderful red Coreopsis with its great color, tight habit and myriad of flowers. (brighterblooms.com)
  • Their flowers range in color from the bright yellows seen in coreopsis here to whites, pinks and reds. (wildsouthflorida.com)
  • A.Gray - leafstem tickseed Coreopsis hamiltonii (Elmer) H. Sharsm. (wikipedia.org)
  • California tickseed Coreopsis stillmanii (A.Gray) S.F.Blake - Stillman's tickseed South America, 35 species Coreopsis mcvaughii D.J.Crawford Coreopsis petrophila A.Gray Coreopsis petrophiloides B.L.Rob. (wikipedia.org)
  • Lance Leaf Coreopsis is easy to grow and tolerates drought, sandy soil and partial shade. (highcountrygardens.com)
  • Coreopsis is easy to grow, thriving in any well-drained soil and full sun. (waltersgardens.com)
  • For best results with Coreopsis, use a well-drained soil with a rate of 150-200 ppm Nitrogen with each irrigation and adjust rates as needed. (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • the fungi that causes verticillium wilt on coreopsis, can live in the soil for years. (thebump.com)