Common Name: Lance-leaved Coreopsis
Botanical Name: Coreopsis lanceolata
April, June, May
Bloom Description: Yellow flowers can be up to 2 ½” in diameter with toothed rays
Entry drive, Skyspace Meadow
Garden Uses: This plant is used mainly for landscape beautification. It has potential for use in cultivated garden situations, in naturalized prairie or meadow plantings, and along roadsides.
Wildlife Benefits: Flowers provide nectar for many pollinators, and attract large numbers of native bees.
Leaf Type: Narrow, dark-green leaves are 3-4” long and sometimes alternate near the top where the leaves are fewer. Some of the leaves are deeply cut, almost forming three leaflets. Leaves are semi-evergreen.