Coreopsis plants grow in upright clumps and feature masses of bright, showy, daisy-like flowers throughout the summer. Foliage of the species varies, with some having large green leaves and others sporting narrower leaves. One of their common names, tickseed, is supposedly for the round seeds' resemblance to ticks. Birds and other wildlife love to snack on the seeds during the fall and winter. Plus, bees and butterflies are drawn to the plants' colorful blooms.
Coreopsis 1.5 - 4 ft tall. Flower colors Red, orange, yellow, pink and white