The coreopsis of our gardens they call the rosin-weed, and say that it forms excellent food for sheep.
coreopsis is pooty, too; that's down the other side of the corn.
Involucre as in coreopsis, the inner connate to the middle, scarious-margined.
It is a relative of coreopsis and should also be cultivated in home gardens.
She was snipping coreopsis for the dinner table, but she did it absently, and Jerome noted the heaviness of her eyes.
Calliopsis (coreopsis), yellow with red or brown center; two feet; mid-July, until killed by frost.
Cosmos is coming soon, dressed in her very feminine clothes, and the coreopsis has come on ahead.
Every one knows the coreopsis, which, by continual cutting, will give abundant bloom for three months.
By the middle of July the calendulas, coreopsis and annual larkspur make a vivid display where the narcissus was before.
Blue Bonnet's coreopsis had been rearranged, and put in a charming brown basket.