Lance-Leaf Coreopsis is a very popular wildflower that is most commonly seen in meadows, adding bursts of color with their bright yellow blooms. The grow in clumps of large numbers, and will increase year after year of planting. They're also deer resistant, making them especially appealing to gardeners who have issues with the common garden pest in the past. They require relatively dry or average soil moisture, and will also thrive well in sandy, loamy, or clay soils. They're very easy to grow because of their lax conditions for water and soil, as well as sun.
They'll thrive in full sun or half sun, so as long as they get at least four hours of direct sunlight a day, they'll continue to keep growing. The Lance-Leaf Coreopsis blooms in mid summer or fall, and is native across almost every part of North America. Perfect for gardeners with a large area they're looking to cover with classic color, these flowers will continue to bloom year after year.