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      • Cut the flower stalk with the dead bloom all the way back to the ground. Annual coreopsis doesn't require deadheading. Prune coreopsis for cosmetic purposes or to remove dead or damaged stems at any time during the season. After frost in the fall, cut perennial coreopsis plants down to about 6 inches from the ground.
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  2. Mar 12, 2023 · Fertilization typically isn't necessary for coreopsis plants unless you have very poor soil. Too much fertilizer can actually promote excessive foliage growth at the expense of the plant flowering. 1 To give your plants a boost, you can mix a little compost into the soil at the beginning of spring.

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  3. Mar 7, 2023 · Coreopsis prefers a daytime temperature of 70°F to 80°F and a nighttime temperature above 50°F. It tolerates summer humidity and drought conditions. Fertilizer Do not fertilize coreopsis plants at any stage of their growth. Applying fertilizer reduces flower production and leads to spindly plants. Pruning

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  4. Mar 14, 2023 · Deadheading, disbudding, pinching back, heading back, cutting back and thinning are all necessary pruning techniques. These chores will encourage plants to bloom for longer periods of time and improve overall plant appearance and health. Deadheading - Removing spent or old flowers

  5. Feb 28, 2023 · Coreopsis Tripteris Propagation This plant generally propagates through seeds. It self-seeds vigorously, which makes it the perfect plant for naturalization. Mature plants can also be propagated through division. Simply dig up the mature plants, divide the stems, and replant them. Pruning Coreopsis Tripteris

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  6. Feb 24, 2023 · Scientific Name: Coreopsis verticillata Common Name: Tickseed Hardiness Zone: 3a - 9b Hardiness Degree: -40°F (-40.0°C) Blooming Season: Summer Plant Habit: Mounded Characteristics: Attracts Bees, Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance Water: Light Fertilize: Once a month Spacing: 16 - 20" (41 - 51cm)

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