Family: Asteraceae

Scientific Name: Coreopsis grandiflora Walcoreop

Common Name: Flying Saucers Coreopsis

DescriptionA uniform growing Coreopsis with a plethora of single yellow flowers.
Plant TypePerennials Hardy
Hardiness Zone5-9
Moistureaverage, tolerates drier conditions once established
Soil & Siteaverage to well drained, can rot in poorly drained soils, especially in the winter
Flowerssingle, golden yellow, toothed petals
Dimensions18 inches tall
Maintenancedeadheading to increase blooms, division every 2-3 years, may need to be staked
PropagationPlant Patent #10,299, tip cuttings
Cultivar OriginBred by English plantsman David Tristram.
Misc FactsCoreopsis is derived from Greek corio-(bug)and -opsis (likeness) components with reference to the appearance of the seed.( )
Author's NotesTo me (zone #5) the grandiflora Coreopsis are much harder to keep alive than the threadleaf cultivars. Well drained soil to prevent rot is a must.
Notes & Reference04-Herbaceous Perennial Plants (Allan Armitage), #40-Herbaceous Ornamental Plants (Steven Stills)
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