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Flowers (each to 2" diameter) feature tubular golden-yellow rays that are fluted toward the apex. Rays surround darker yellow center disks. Flowers bloom profusely from late spring to fall.
Coreopsis x 'Jethro Tull'
Common Name 1
› Jethro Tull Coreopsis
It is a hybrid cross of Coreopsis auriculata 'Zamfir' (female parent) and Coreopsis lanceolata 'Early Sunrise' (male parent).
Herbaceous Plant, Perennial
Common Name 2
Common Name 3
Western state native:
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Plant Maintenance Information
Landscape Application Information
Min. USDA Hardiness Zone:
Easily grown in dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils. Tolerant of Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil
Elliptic green leaves (to 3" long).
Predominant flower color:
Flowers (each to 2" diameter) feature tubular golden-yellow rays that are fluted toward the apex. Rays surround darker yellow center disks.
Fall Color Description:
Winter Interest Description:
Coreopsis is a genus of between 75-80 species from North America, Mexico, Central and South America.
Used by Wildlife:
Plants may be sheared in mid to late summer to promote a fall rebloom and to remove any sprawling or unkempt foliage.
Long Term Care:
Plants will spread by rhizomes. Clumps may be divided in spring. When grown in borders or other formal garden areas, division may be needed every 2-3 years to maintain robustness.
Uncommon diseases include botrytis, aster yellows, powdery mildew and fungal spots.
Crown rot may occur in moist poorly drained soils
Plant stems tend to sprawl, particularly in hot and humid climates with periodic heavy summer rainfall.
OSU Landscape Profile:
LBJ Native Plant Database:
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