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Illuminate your garden with this eye-catching hot pink blossom
The magnificent Coreopsis ‘Pink Sapphire’
Coreopsis ‘Pink Sapphire’ (zone 6 to 9), a hardy new perennial for 2012, packs a punch of colour with its large, electric-pink petals and contrasting white eyes.
This low-growing flower from Terra Nova Nurseries adds interest with more than just its bright petals, as it’s known to attract butterflies. Use it in borders, containers or as an accent in mixed beds.
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