Prolific Bloomer with Bi-Colored FlowersCosmic Eye is a garden perennial that possesses prolific, bi-colored flowers and a hardy nature. Planted en masse in your garden border it will provide you with a carefree source of color from summer and into fall.Your Cosmic Eye is a variety of coreopsis with spectacular color that begins in early summer and lasts into autumn. Its 2-inch sunny blossoms present a daisy-like appearance. A dark yellow center and prominent, deep-maroon eye (tipped in bright yellow), creates an eye-catching blend of colors that pops out of the garden at any angle.The dark green, lance-leaf foliage fills your Cosmic Eye out nicely into a compact floral arrangement. Your Cosmic Eye is a carefree plant tolerant of many soil types and conditions and is particularly able to sustain itself in drought (so you don’t even need to worry about watering it). Butterflies will love you for planting a few Cosmic Eyes, even if your deer and rabbits don’t.The flowers make a lovely cut flower to bring indoors, so an investment in Cosmic Eye will bring beauty both indoors and out. All in all, it’s hard to find a perennial that asks so little and yet has so much to give. Plant several Cosmic Eyes today and begin reaping the harvest of this extraordinary ornamental perennial.*Prolific bloomer*Hardy*Low Maintenance.
The first PINK tickseed! You’ve seen tickseed before. It’s a garden staple across America and it grows wild in open woods, meadows and dry areas from Maryland to Kansas. It is commonly bright yellow and very showy. But now – with ‘American Dream’ (Coreopsis rosea American Dream) – we have the first PINK flowering tickseed! That’s right – a pink tickseed. It is a great garden plant that blends well with so many other garden perennials and a color that brings a calm energy to any planting. It is beautiful in cottage gardens, borders and beds. It even performs nicely in pots if you keep it well watered. Use it to edge borders and even as a small area groundcover. They foliage is light and airy and the daisy-like flowers are profuse. Unlike other coreopsis, though, Coreopsis American Dream prefers cooler summers – it suffers in very humid climates – so it does better in more northern climates than its yellow cousins. Plant it in full sun and enjoy a summer long flower display every year. Order your Coreopsis American Dream from Nature Hills today. * Pink flowers* Sun-lover* Cottage garden classic.
Compact DynamoThe Coreopsis ‘Zagreb’, Coreopsis verticillata, is a perky little prolific bloomer. It has a bonanza of bright yellow flowers that bloom from June through October. Winner of the 2001 RHS Award of Garden Merit, Coreopsis ‘Zagreb’ is a little shorter than the rest of the Coreopsis family. With a plant height of 15” and a spread of 12-18”, its delicate dark green foliage has an airy and delicate appearance.‘Zagreb’ should be planted in full sun. It is drought-tolerant and tough but does need well-drained soil. It should be cut backing early and late summer to extend the bloom period.Coreopsis Zagreb looks great with any type of grass, in borders or mass plantings in sunny gardens. It is very effective in naturalized areas, rock and cottage gardens or wild gardens. No garden should be without it.* Prolific Number of Bright Yellow Flowers All Summer* Dark Green Foliage * Drought Tolerant Compact Plant.