Lantana – Lantana Camara

All pricing and availability are subject to change

1 gallon – $5
5 gallon – $15

Description:  Lantanas make a great groundcover with vibrant flowers throughout the growing seasons. While they die back to the ground during the winter in the High Desert, they grow back very quickly and are drought tolerant as well. Pollinators love the profuse blooms of the Lantanas. 

Sunset Zones:  8-11
USDA Zones: 4-24
Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Soil pH: Slightly Acidic to Slightly Alkaline
Drought Tolerance: Moderate to High
Growth Rate: Fast
Type: Deciduous
Height: Up to 2′ tall
Width: Up to 5′ wide
Spacing: 1-3′ 
Flower: Yellow, Red, Purple, White and a Pink hybrid
Fruit: None
Bloom: Spring – Fall
Special Care: Mulching helps to keep the roots insulated to prevent death during cold snaps in the winter.
Pruning Advice: Dead heading helps promote more blooms. Cut back to the ground during the winter. 
Watering Advice: While these are drought tolerant plants, they prefer a bit more water than desert native plants do. With adequate water they will bloom more frequently.