|I grew mixed perennials from a pack of seeds...& I don't know what they are! The pack of seeds said it may contain more than 20 different perennials. Can you say "Science Project" for a newbie gardener! lol
I'm sure someone more knowledgeable than me can help!
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Fridley, MN (Zone 4b)
|The yellow with red center flower is Plains Coreopsis. An annual in most areas.
Charlotte, NC (Zone 8a)
|The yellow flower on the left looks like an evening primrose.
South China, ME (Zone 5a)
|First picture looks like Missouri Evening Primrose, Ozark Sundrop
2) Plains coreopsis
3) Leaves remind me of a daisy
4) looks familiar but can not place it.
Anne Arundel,, MD (Zone 7a)
|4 looks to me lika an annual black eyed susan.
1 and 4 look to me like accidental inclusions, though not necessarily terrible.
West Valley City, UT (Zone 7a)
|#3 looks like my Shasta Daisies.
Detroit, MI (Zone 6b)
|#4 looks like a Gloriosa Daisy.
|Thanks everyone. I thought pic #2 was a Coreopsis, but the sucker is 4 foot tall! After they all bloom, should I trim them back? I'm sure I should have been pinching out the tops all along, but I was just so dang excited that they came back! (started them last fall, all foliage- no flowers!)
Ottawa Hills, OH (Zone 6a)
|I have the yellow only variety of coreopsis and I love them they come back every year and are lovely enough to let my daughter cut and bring in the house. our garden superstores sell them for $7.99 for a gal potted. good deal for a seed pack!