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Douglas' Tickseed Coreopsis douglasii

 

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Douglas' Tickseed
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Alternate name: Douglas' Coreopsis

Family: Asteraceae, Aster view all from this family



Description A delicate, erect annual with few 2-10 in. stems, each bearing one flower head. Leaves are basal, or nearly so, and thread-like. The small, golden, daisy-like heads are less than an inch across.


Flower March - April.


Flower March - April


Habitat Gravelly or rocky, open slopes from 500-2000 ft.


Range Inner Coast Ranges from Santa Clara to Santa Barbara Counties, California.


Exposure Preference Sun.


Native Distribution Inner Coast Ranges from Santa Clara to Santa Barbara Counties, California


Site Preference Gravelly or rocky, open slopes from 500-2000 ft.


Soil Preference Gravelly soils.


 

 

 

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