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One of the longest bloomers in the garden, coreopsis produces (usually) sunny yellow daisylike flowers that attract butterflies. Coreopsis, depending on the variety, also bears golden-yellow, pale yellow, pink, or bicolor flowers. It will bloom from early to midsummer or longer as long as it's deadheaded.
The purplish-blue blooms of perennial salvia create a wonderful companion to golden coreopsis.Veronica
The upright spires of spike speedwell stand in stark contrast to the lax and billowy form of coreopsis. Blue-flowered varieties look especially good with coreopsis.Yarrow
To make the sunny perennial border sing with color, pair the golden hues of 'Coronation Gold' yarrow with bright yellow or gold-and-red bicolor coreopsis.