Bush Lantana   



Lantana camara     







Form: Shrub
Seasonality: Semi evergreen
Size: 4ft high by 4 ft wide

Leaves: Simple, opposite, to 3in long, serrate margins; stiff and rough with sandpaper-like feel

Flowers: Multicolored with mixed color hues, found in yellows and oranges, blues and reds, etc.; hybridizes easily; bloom from spring to fall
Fruit: Small black or blue-black berries; poisonous
Stems/Trunks: Woody when old, sprawling
Range/Origin: Tropical regions of the Americas
Hardiness: Sunset Zones 8-10, 12-24, H1, H2

Comments: Low litter, no thorns, skin irritant



  • Exposure: Full sun,
  • Water: Low to moderate
  • Soil: Tolerant, amended, well drained
  • Propagation: Cuttings, seed
  • Maintenance: Moderate; removal of cold-damaged foliage;




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