While newly planted lantanas require frequent watering, once established, these plants require little maintenance and are even tolerant of somewhat dry conditions. In fact, a good soaking about once a week should keep them relatively happy. Although it isn't required, lantana plants can be given a light dose of fertilizer each spring, but too much may inhibit their overall flowering. To encourage reblooming, cut the tips (deadhead) periodically. Overgrown plants can be given new life by cutting back a third of their growth.
- Light Needs: Grow lights or Full Sun
- Watering Needs: Once established, benefits from regular watering to keep the soil evenly moist for a month or two
GET A FREE QUOTE
The growing and care of lantanas (Lantana camara) is easy. These verbena-like flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time. There are several varieties available that offer a multitude of colors. Depending on the region and type grown, lantana plants can be treated as annuals or perennials. Grow lantana flowers in the garden or in containers. Trailing varieties can even be grown in hanging baskets.
Product Cost, Delivery, Installation
Please fill out a quote request form below to get a quick cost estimate. We offer fast easy delivery service and can provide installation service for you.
For more information please call us at 904 727-1100 to discuss about your landscaping needs. Or visit Mulch Masters Full Service Garden Center at 230 Lee Rd. Jacksonville, FL