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<i>Coreopsis verticillata</i> 'Moonbeam'
<i>Coreopsis verticillata</i> 'Moonbeam'
<i>Coreopsis verticillata</i> 'Moonbeam'
<i>Coreopsis verticillata</i> 'Moonbeam'
<i>Coreopsis verticillata</i> 'Moonbeam'
<i>Coreopsis verticillata</i> 'Moonbeam'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam'

This lovely, exceptionally showy, long-flowering, pale yellow tickseed is perfect for extending the season of a summer border...

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6 × 9cm pots
£18.75 £25.00
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2 litre pot
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9 × 9cm pots
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3 × 2 litre pots
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