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Lance-leaved tickseed, also known as sand coreopsis, is a perennial with bright, sunny yellow flowers. The flowers are visited by a variety of pollinators for pollen and nectar. The leaves are lance-shaped, and the dark seeds resemble ticks, hence the common name. Lance-leaved tickseed grows best in sunny, dry conditions with good soil drainage.
2 – 3 ft.
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