Written by Maggie
Apr 10 2021
Coreopsis is also a common flower plant, and many flower friends grow it at home. How to grow and care for Coreopsis? Here are details of growing Coreopsis care.
Regardless of the type you're growing, coreopsis needs full sun, so plant them where they will receive at least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day. Coreopsis grows best in well drained, moderately moist soils. These are not good plants for a poorly drained, low spot in the yard.
Plant coreopsis in the late spring, after the last frost has passed. If you've purchased it online or from a catalog, wait until there's no threat of frost before planting.
Coreopsis prefers fertile, moist, well-drained sandy loam soils. It generally thrives on slate shale, granite, sandstone, and limestone weathered in soils with pH values ranging from 5 to 8. Especially, it thrives best in soils with pH values ranging from 5 to 7 weathered granite.
Coreopsis is a person who likes sufficient light and can be illuminated throughout the day. When we grow and care for Coreopsis, be sure to give sufficient light in the maintenance. If there is insufficient light, the flowering effect will be poor.
Coreopsis has drought resistance and fear of waterlogging. When we grow and care for Coreopsis, watering must be well controlled, and should be timely drainage after rain.
Coreopsis growth period needs topapply 2~3 times of nitrogen fertilizer, with phosphorus, potassium fertilizer when chasing nitrogen fertilizer, because Coreopsis flowering more, so after the Flower can be picked to residual flowers, 7~ August chasing fertilizer 1 time.
Coreopsis flourishes in fertile soil, but blossoms are reduced. Therefore, when we grow and care for Coreopsis, in order to obtain good flower viewing results, fertilization should be moderate, not excessive.
Coreopsis domesticated needs to pay attention to indoor breeding must be well ventilated. When we grow and care for Coreopsis, make full use of carbon dioxide and oxygen conversion, so that the plant can carry out better respiration and grow well.
Coreopsis is a tall plant that needs to be pruned from the heart to maintain its graceful plant form. The plant height was 6cm, and the branch height was 10cm. When we grow and care for Coreopsis, the Willow buds are removed in time.
Coreopsis common pests: aphids, ground worms, grubs. It can be used to kill the oxide methyl Fruit spray, spray every ten days.
Coreopsis common diseases: powdery mildew, black spot.It is possible to prevent and cure with nicoate cream.