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Coreopsis Moonbeam

"Easy to grow" Coreopsis--This "moonbeam" variety doesn't need deadheading and is a long-bloomer! ooOOooh.

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Coreopsis Moonbeam: Another plant that dances in the breeze. Love this pale…

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from Streambank Gardens

Coreopsis 'Moonbeam' Plant

Perennials are found in every professional landscape design and they are responsible for adding depth, interest, and color to the overall planting design. By definition, these plants come back year after year, usually growing in size as well. Plant them anytime in spring and summer—provided that you have adequate watering systems—but perennials especially love to be planted in the fall months here in the Orange County, NY landscape. Check out these perennials that will add the 'Pop' to ...

Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' - tickweed: pretty pale yellow flowers that dance in the breeze

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Yellow Coreopsis Moonbeam, Coreopsis, Tickseed

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What

Hot, dry weather won’t stop Coreopsis from flowering all summer long: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/power-perennials/?socsrc=bhgpin040514coreopsis&page=4

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Garden ideas: grasses, sedum and coreopsis.

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from The Garden Glove

10 No Fail Perennials for Low Water Gardens

Coreopsis (Verticillata) Zones 3-9 Coreopsis is a happy and sunny daisy like flower for the garden, fine with hot, dry spots and blooming from spring through fall. Though several cultivars exist, including a pink one, we love “Moonbeam” for it’s buttery yellow blooms. Full sun to part sun, 18 inches tall. TGG Tip: Instead of having to deadhead the old blooms one at a time, coreopsis will take a shearing back of one third of the plant with garden shears, then will quickly rebloom.

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Wife, Mother, Gardener: Driveway Garden at the end of June

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