Coreopsis tinctoria

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Noun1.Coreopsis tinctoria - North American annual widely cultivated for its yellow flowers with purple-red to brownish centersCoreopsis tinctoria - North American annual widely cultivated for its yellow flowers with purple-red to brownish centers; in some classifications placed in a subgenus Calliopsis
coreopsis, tickseed, tickweed, tick-weed - any of numerous plants of the genus Coreopsis having a profusion of showy usually yellow daisylike flowers over long periods; North and South America
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Coreopsis tinctoria appears able to use spatial gaps to overcome some of the negative effects of interspecific competition (Elliott and Van Auken, 2014).
(3) Coreopsis tinctoria planted at the same time as B.
occidentalis), Maximilian sunflower (Helianthus maximiliani), purple prairie clover, hoary vervain, prairie coneflower (Ratibida columnifera), golden tickseed (Coreopsis tinctoria), and western ragweed.
Background: Our previous study has shown that Coreopsis tinctoria increases insulin sensitivity and regulates hepatic metabolism in high-fat diet (HFD)-induced insulin resistance rats.
Folk teas that are not derived from Camellia genus (Theaceae) have been used for at least 200 years in some areas and continue in use today, and teas such as Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt.
Asteraceae Clark Harrison Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt.
There were more species in the burned transects due to the emergence of several ephemeral annuals, e.g., Coreopsis tinctoria (Asteraceae), Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae) and unidentified dicot and grass seedlings.
For example, Coreopsis tinctoria, Skimmia japonica, Impatiens - or even a stunning Clematis can offer a vivid show from a humble pot.
Among the flowers that germinate best in cold, moist soil are annual coreopsis (Coreopsis tinctoria), California desert bluebells (Phacelia campanularia), lemon mint (Monarda citriodora), mountain phlox (Linantbus grandiflorus), Tahoka daisy (Aster tanacetifolius), and Texas bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis).
Left: Hinoki false cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Aurea'), with Coreopsis tinctoria, gaillardia, gloriosa daisy (Rudbeckia birta), shore pine (Pinus contorta), and yarrow (Achillea).
Set out ageratum, calliopsis (Coreopsis tinctoria), celosia, cosmos, four o'clock, globe amaranth, gloriosa daisy (Rudbeckia), kochia, lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum), marigold, Mexican sunflower (Tithonia), portulaca, strawflower, vinca rosea (Catharanthus roseus), and zinnia.