whats this Called ??
by Ahmed Shehata
yellow border...red middle point...great contrast...eye catchy because it grows up...
Drought Smart Plants reply: My guess is...Calliopsis, or Coreopsis. Without seeing a closer up view of the leaves it's hard to tell.
These are annuals or short lived perennials, which can reseed themselves if they're in a prairie grassland type of situation, and are grown extensively in native plant groupings.
There are many variations of the colors of the blooms - some are plain yellow, and the bands of mahogany can be broader or narrower in different populations.
Best grown as in this group, in a large swath for the full effect of the blooms.
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