Creme Brulee has larger flowers and greater vigour than other coreopsis. The stunning deep yellow flowers have attractive serrated petals. Foliage is brighter green and demonstrates better resistance to powdery mildew. Flowers appear not just above the canopy but also farther down the stems, among the lacy leaves, for a fuller appearance.
Flowers primarily in summer on neatly mounded, robust plants. In late summer, cut back plants halfway for rebloom in fall, if desired. Otherwise cut back plants to ground in spring before new growth occurs.
First discovered in Lois Woodhull’s garden on Long Island, and comes to Rozanne® and Friends from June Croon, The Plantage, NY (USA).
Creme Brulee is a featured Rozanne® and Friends variety in our “A Colorful Entry” garden design.
Coreopsis (Tickseed) Creme Brulee
Long blooming period. Use in the front of borders, in containers or as a beautiful cut flower for indoor flower displays. Attracts butterflies. Deer resistant.
Plant in well-drained soil. Stems may need some support in more exposed garden locations. Water when the weather is dry. Cut the stems down to ground level in late autumn.
All summer long to Fall
Approx. Winter Hardiness
US Hardiness Zones 5-9. Hardy down to 23f/-5c