Lantana (Lantana camara)
Lantana Plant FeaturesCrowds of colorful butterflies will flock to your garden when you grow lantana. This super productive plant puts out a nonstop supply of bright, nectar-rich flowers all summer long. Lantana loves hot, sunny weather and is tolerant of both drought and humid conditions. Flower colors include red, yellow, white, orange, lavender, pink, and bi-color. Use lantana in landscape beds or in pots and planters packed with other sun-loving bloomers. In frost-free regions, lantana forms a low shrub that can grow 2 to 3 feet tall. In the North, use lantana as an annual flower. Lantana is also deer and rabbit resistant. Zones 9-11
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Lantana Growing InstructionsPlant lantana in a location that receives at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight a day. The plant is not fussy about soil type, but does best in a rich, well-drained spot. Lantana is also salt tolerant, making it an ideal plant for seaside landscapes. Use it to add color at the beach or pool!
Low water needs
Super-easy to grow
Complement your LantanaJacobinia
In frost free locations try growing Jacobinia and Lantana together in the landscape.
The yellow daisy-like flowers of Black-eyed Susan look terrific near the equally bright blooms of Lantana.
Hot, humid conditions are just what Lantana and Canna Lily enjoy.