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  1. Jul 11, 2022 · Moonbeam coreopsis is a perennial flower from the aster family. It thrives in poor sandy or rocky soil, and it can tolerate some drought, heat, and humidity. It's popular as a border planting, but its growing requirements also make it a prime candidate for a rock garden. USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 9; Color Varieties: Yellow; Sun Exposure: Full sun

  2. I'm in Zone 8. Soil compaction will probably be your greatest challenge. Red creeping thyme would work where you are, and so would ice, although it allows a few weeds to peek through, but it spreads like a dream. On banks, try Scarlet Flame Carpet Phlox or moonbeam coreopsis (drought tolerant and it has a sweet flower).

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  4. Nov 02, 2022 · The various cultivars of the Coreopsis verticillata species are generally known as threadleaf or fernleaf coreopsis. They produce small, daisy-like yellow flowers on 2- to 3-foot high plants with delicately textured foliage. Popular cultivars include 'Moonbeam', 'Zagreb', and 'Grandiflora', all of which are somewhat more compact, bushier plants.

  5. Oct 11, 2021 · Heliopsis is a large perennial, so plant it where it can spread out. It isn't fussy about soil type but does need full sun to keep stems upright; it'll flop over if grown in part shade. The blooms make pretty cut flowers and the more you cut, the more the plant will produce. Name: Heliopsis helianthoides

  6. Grows up to 3-6 ft. high (90-180 cm), consisting of a 2-3 ft. (60-90 cm) narrow clump of deep green, lustrous, elegantly arched, narrow leaves topped from early summer to fall with 3 ft. (90 cm) pinkish-purple, loose feathery plumes. As the seed heads mature, they become very narrow with a golden tan color that lasts through fall.

  7. Noted for its variegated foliage, Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Overdam' (Feather Reed Grass) is a compact, tufted, ornamental grass forming a clump of narrow, elegantly arched, creamy-white striped leaves that will remain under 2 ft. (60 cm). In summer, it is topped with tall, airy, pinkish-purple feathery plumes, which mature to a dusky gray pink color and often persist into the winter.

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