Coreopsis latifolia is a rare species known from the Blue Ridge Mountains, occurring in western North Carolina southward into South Carolina, northeastern Georgia and Tennessee. This composite is a species of rich, moist, deep, well-drained shaded sandy loams.
Some silvicultural practices
Roadside maintenance and widening
34 populations exist (Sutter 1989).
Many populations are large and extensive and appear stable and many are situated on public land afforded some protection.
Demography and monitoring of extant populations and searching for new populations.
General biology and pollination ecology research.
Seed collection from all populations not represented in collection.
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