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Coreopsis rosea

I'm writing tags for my plant sale.  The new A_Z says this plant is
clump-forming with linear or palmately 2-3 lobed leaves to 2 inches. Ht: to
24in, Spd: to 12 in.
However, mine have always seemed to be a creeper, (creeping much more than
12 inches) not a clumper and the leaves are thread-like, similar to C.
Moonbeam or C. verticillata.   It's height is 10 in tops unless you lift up
the sprawling plant. What do you think?  Is mine not named correctly?

BTW - not so sure now about the new A-Z.  They've added heat zones to many
of the plants, but have removed temperature data from the entries.


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