Plains Coreopsis



Historical Uses: The Cherokee tribe was reported to use at antidiarrheal. The Lakota made teas with leaves and the Navajo used it for ceremonial purposes. The Cherokee, Lakota, and Zuni used it as a dye.

  • Seeds/gram: 3,088
  • Lot #: 266
  • Eco-Region: 255
  • Origin: Tishomingo Wildlife Refuge
  • Latin Name: Coreopsis tinctoria
  • Soil Moisture: 1-5 (dry to wet): 3-4
  • Stratification: No stratification required
  • Bloom Time: April-Jun
  • Duration: Annual