Low-maintenance, drought-tolerant Lantana is an excellent choice as a container plant or in your flowerbed or landscape. Available in both upright and rambling varieties, these easy-care plants produce masses of
Lantanas, aka shrub verdanas, are popular flowering plants belonging to the Verbanacaea family. Perfect if you want to attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds in your garden. The genus includes around
Lantanas are wonderfully heavy bloomers, often prized additions to floral gardens, and commonly grown indoors. In colder climates, they are mostly grown as seasonal annuals. The genus Lantana has around
Lantana plant’s beautiful colorful blooms and sweet fragrance make it an absolute favorite among many insect pollinators, including bees and butterflies. It also attracts hummingbirds and other types of nectar-eating
Lantana is a tropical shrub grown from cutting or seed for summer flowering outdoors in the North. Colors come in a variety of shades. Before frost, old plants may be cut back and carried over winter for another year.
Lantana infestations have been described in Australia, Asia, Africa, South America, North America, and many of the Caribbean and South Pacific islands. Lantana plants are considered invasive in many areas,
Lantana montevidensis is a low-growing shrub spreading up to 10′ feet across and only reaches about 18″ inches tall. This cascading Lantana is commonly called purple trailing lantana due to the trailing