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Coreopsis Verticillata Zagreb

A real workhorse in the perennial border, ‘Zagreb’ will bloom from late June to late August, adding color to the garden during the hottest part of the summer. Bright yellow daisy flowers with a darker yellow disk are tightly grouped above its needle-like green foliage. A compact plant that is more upright and less rounded than its more famous relative Coreopsis ‘Moonbeam’, ‘Zagreb’. It makes a great companion to mingle with other sun lovers since its thin foliage and constant color make it so easy to work with.

Tolerant of heat, humidity and drought, plant ‘Zagreb’ in any sunny border with well drained soil. The bigger the group you plant, the more impressive the summer show! Be sure to give it a quick shearing as flowers fade in August to promote a colorful later September rebloom!

Optimal Growing Conditions

Hardiness Zone
Zones 3-8

Water Needs
Low

Sun Needs
Full Sun

Soil Needs
Moist, but well-drained

Appearance and Characteristics

Category
Perennial

Flower Color
Yellow shades

Foliage Color
Green shades

Blooming Time
Late June to late August

Height
18-24 Inches

Spread
18-24 Inches

Plant Uses & Characteristics
Attracts butterflies
Deer resistant
Heat & humidity tolerant
Compact form
Great in groups
Drought tolerant

Read Sue Adams’ Tips for Perennials HERE

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