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Definitions and meanings of "Coreopsis"

What do we mean by coreopsis?

Any of various plants of the genus Coreopsis in the composite family, chiefly of North America, having showy radiate flower heads with yellow or, rarely, purplish flowers. noun

Any of several composite herbs, of genus Coreopsis, typically with bright yellow flowers. noun

Any of several composite herbs, of genus Coreopsis, typically with bright yellow flowers.

Genus for a large group of herbacious plants, with typically extended bloom periods. Mostly hardy to Zone 4, but some newer introductions favor bloom color and interest over winter hardiness. One of the most popular cultivars, 'Hamilton', has particularly large stamens to go along with pubescent petioles. Notably fragrant and magical as it dances in the Midwest Summer breeze. If you've never seen this particular variety, it is truly worth seeking out for your garden. It is amazing. A true handful. Urban Dictionary

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The word "coreopsis" in example sentences

The snake-head, Chelone glabra, grew close to the shore, while a kind of coreopsis, turning its brazen face to the sun, full and rank, and a tall dull red flower, Eupatorium purpureum, or trumpet-weed, formed the rear rank of the fluvial array. ❋ Unknown (1849)

DTL such as coreopsis, cosmos, marigold and zinnia, which are all easy to grow from seed. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Examples that will do well in the Washington area are black-eyed Susans, purple coneflowers, butterfly weeds, goldenrods, coreopsis, wild and sulphur cosmos, gaillardias and cleome. ❋ Joel M. Lerner (2011)

Soon the columbine will appear, followed by achillea, wild grasses, coreopsis, daisies, several colors of coneflowers and asters. ❋ Unknown (2011)

For now, the memorial includes a field of wild flowers, mainly golden coreopsis and Queen Anne's lace, and a 17-ton sandstone boulder marking the spot where the plane crashed at more than 500 miles per hour. ❋ James R. Hagerty (2011)

I have found many coreopsis to be difficult here, but Zagreb will grow anywhere, maybe you should give that one a try. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Hence, for PINK Knockout roses and catmints, tuck in a few coreopsis 'Moonbeam' directly between the roses and the catmints in an irregular manner. ❋ Pooky (2009)

And I cheated on the reds because I was out of coreopsis so they are not dyed by me. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Lance leafed coreopsis and mexican hat come to mind immediately. ❋ Unknown (2009)

It might be too short but I bought coreopsis midget seeds Coreopsis tinctoria that get about 10 inches tall last year. ❋ Unknown (2009)

So many of my plants are not supposed to be cut back in the fall – agastache, salvia, coreopsis, caryopteris – all need to remain standing. ❋ Unknown (2009)

I put in purple coneflower, purple milkweed for the monarch butterflies, joe pye weed, coreopsis, new jersey tea, prairie dropseed, black eyed susans, cream false indigo, blue false indigo, and a few things I have no idea what they are but they are assuredly native flowering plants. ❋ Kalyn Denny (2009)

The Wayside catalog has the red coreopsis, saying it is more cold hardy than the other reds so I have high hopes for it. ❋ Unknown (2008)

I like the red coreopsis, if I find some would to try it. ❋ Unknown (2008)

For the rest of this season, the coreopsis will fill the new planter nicely until I decide what to plant in there in the way of bulbs, if any. ❋ Unknown (2008)

I see frost here everywhere, and eupatorium, morning glories, coreopsis, butterfly bushes–well, ALL of it looks very limp and shriveled just overnight. ❋ Unknown (2008)

That coreopsis is huge although only in a one gallon pot. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Deadheading her roses, and some of the coreopsis that had bloomed off. ❋ Roberts, Nora (2007)

This time of year it was thigh deep in coreopsis, an orange sunflowerlike bloom a couple inches in diameter. ❋ Barr, Nevada (2002)

[moon beam] coreopsis, [early] [sunrise] ❋ Hosta Man (2010)

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