20" x 20" white linen, knife edge. Feather down pillow. Hidden zipper in the back.
The name coreopsis comes from the Greek meaning of ‘having the appearance of a bug’. Because its bug-like shaped seeds resemble a tick, the flower is also called tickseed. A member of the daisy family, it has played many roles in history. Meskawaki Indians boiled the seeds and drank the brew and some boiled the seeds to make a poultice to relieve rheumatism. Some species of the coreopsis were used as dye plants.
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