Botanical Name: Coreopsis tinctoria
Common Name: Annual coreopsis
Plant Type: Wildflower

Sun Requirement(s): Full
Water Requirement(s): Moderate

Habitat(s): Disturbed areas, Moist fields, Roadsides
Elevation: From 2000 to 7500 feet

Fall/Bloom Color(s): Yellow

Blooms from June to Sept

Height: 36 Inches


Golden Tickseed is native to western and eastern United States considered a weed in the mid-west. It has been used by indigenous people as a ceremonial chant lotion and to make tea.