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Organic Seeds, Heirloom Seeds, Plains Coreopsis Seeds, from our farm in handmade seed packets

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Handmade seed packets filled with organic, open pollinated, heirloom seeds grown and collected by hand on our small scale farm. A beautiful and loving gift for both expert and aspiring gardeners, as well as a creative, environmentally conscious alternative to conventional seed.

Each seed packet you buy helps to support The Kirk Estate – the 19th century haunted farmhouse and surrounding property where I live that has been preserved for five generations. These photos were taken there. Our small scale farm is worked the old fashioned way; no chemicals, no petroleum intensive machines -only sustainable farming practices that help to improve the land, the environment, the wildlife, and the people. Thank you for your support of this time and effort intensive process. Your purchase is helping to make a difference. To learn more about us visit:

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Coreopsis tinctoria
45+ seeds

Plains Coreopsis is an annual flower which will freely self-seed and grow year after year if seed heads are allowed to remain. Growing quickly, plants attain heights of 12 to 40 inches. Flowers are 1-2" wide, brilliant yellow with maroon or brown centers. Flowering typically occurs in mid to late summer. Plains coreopsis is common to much of the United States, especially the Great Plains and southern states where it is often called "calliopsis."

Days to Germination: 4-14 days
Lifecycle: annual
Zone: 3-10
Sunlight: full sun, part shade
Height: 12-40"
Bloom time: early summer, mid-summer, late summer
Special notes: seeds require light for germination

How to plant: Scatter seeds in late fall or midspring. Deadhead to prolong blooming.

Seeds are packaged in one of a kind handmade envelopes made from recycled paper in order to reduce the amount of plastic and waste. In an effort to save on paper and ink printed instructions will be included only upon request.

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Organic Seeds, Heirloom Seeds, Plains Coreopsis Seeds, from our farm in handmade seed packets


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