Coreopsis Double the Sun

Coreopsis (Tickseed)  kor-ee-OP-sis

Double The Sun: Big, clear, golden-yellow, semi-double flowers appear 2-3 weeks earlier than comparable coreopsis. The nicely shaped, easy to grow plants begin to bloom during cool spring weather and continue to flower heavily through the heat of summer. Double the Sun coreopsis brings a long season of low maintenance color to the front of your borders, flower beds, planters and along garden paths.

Full Sun

Height: 11-16″/Spread: 12-14″

Late Spring-Summer

Size Available: 1 Gal


Coreopsis (Tickseed)  kor-ee-OP-sis

Native to North America, coreopsis plants grow in upright clumps and feature masses of bright, showy, daisy-like flowers throughout the summer. The foliage of the species varies, with some varieties boasting large green leaves and others sporting narrower greenery. One of the plant’s common names, tickseed, is a nod to its round seeds, which resemble ticks. Birds and other wildlife love to snack on the seeds during the fall and winter, while bees and butterflies are drawn to the colorful blooms.