Coreopsis seeds

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Coreopsis seeds are sown in a nursery between 13 and 16°C (55.4 and 60.8°F) in February. This will promote flowering in the first year. Germination takes about 3 weeks. Transplant into a pot as soon as the first leaves appear, then place them outside in May after the risk of frost has passed. Also known as "young girl's eye", they are mainly bushy perennials, ranging from yellow gold to brown, and are essential in all flower beds and borders. Surprising with their abundant flowering from June to September, they thrive in any well-drained and sunny soil with regular watering. Dividing the clumps every 3 years in spring will rejuvenate the plant, along with severe pruning before winter. Easy to grow, they self-seed spontaneously from year to year.

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