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long lived coreopsis

Birchwood, WI(Zone 3b)

In your experience, what is the longest lived coreopsis cultivar in the upper midwest region - esp Zone 3b. I am looking for a coreopsis which may reseed, but the parent plant also continues to come up in the same location year after year.

Thanks for any info you can share.

Hobart, IN

My all-time fave is 'Moonbeam'. The lemon-yellow flowers blend well with my mostly blues and pinks and purples. I think it's hardy to zone 4 so you might be stretching the zone just a bit. It's lower growing than the other varieties. Not a self-seeder that I've seen but it's easy to divide and spread around.

Normal, IL(Zone 5b)

Moonbeam seems to be the only guarantee here in Central Illinois, grows like a week.

Lake in the Hills, IL(Zone 5a)

I've had good luck with Jethro Tull. The flower is a little different. There are many and they are long lasting.

~Sharon

Cedar Rapids, IA(Zone 5a)

My pick is Creme Brulee -- thread leaf -- here it is with Knock-Out Rose "Razzamataz" = Dax

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Hobart, IN

Nice bright spot!

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