Chipola Dye-Flower: Coreopsis integrifolia

The Chipola River Tickseed grows in full sun to partial shade and grows to an average height of 40-60cm. Single flowers bloom from September to late October. These plants spread easily because of their stoloniferous growing habit. This Coreopsis may form dense colonies in optimum growing conditions, but is not considered to be invasive. The areas searched in 2023 had dense, sporadic colonies throughout this stretch of the river.