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  1. Oct 12, 2020 · Add a three- to four-inch layer of organic mulch, such as chopped leaves, bark chips, or straw to the soil surrounding your plant. This will help keep the roots warm during the winter, and as it breaks down, it’ll serve as a perfect low dose of nutrients for your coreopsis.

  2. This plant grows 1-3 feet tall with a similar spread and has many light yellow flowers all summer long. The seeds are sterile but the plant canl spread by rhizomes. Use this plant in the sunny border, in mass plantings or in containers to give your garden a light airy feel.

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  4. Threadleaf coreopsis: This spreading perennial has short (about the length of a thumbnail), narrow, thread-like, light green leaves, with flowers that are smaller and more numerous than those on the lanceleaf and large-flowered coreopsis. ‘Moonbeam’ is one of the most popular varieties of threadleaf coreopsis. Where to Plant Coreopsis

  5. Grows up to 18-24 in. tall and wide (45-60 cm). Prefers full sun but tolerates partial shade (specifically in hot summer areas) and enjoys dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils. Thrives in poor, sandy or rocky soils and is drought tolerant. This plant will tend to sprawl if grown in moist and fertile soils.

  6. Coreopsis 'Moonbeam' is a dependable bloomer and all-round fantastic plant. The flowers are a glowing, lemon-yellow color and sit on top of tall, erect, lacey, somewhat mound forming, delicate (threadleaf) looking green foliage that has an airy appearance. The flowers are plentiful and bloom continuously throughout the entire summer.

  7. Rhizomes allow plants to spread aggressively in the garden. Does coreopsis multiply? Although perennial coreopsis are tough plants, they only last three to five years on average. A decrease in flowering indicates that it’s time to divide the plants (or start over from seed) in order to propagate them. Is coreopsis plant invasive?