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Lantana 'Anne Marie'

Zones: 8-11
Exposure: Full Sun
Mature Size: 24" H x 24" S
Bloom: Multicolored, Summer
Pot Size: 3.25”
Availability: SPRING 2022

Minimum Order - ANY TWO plants

Product Features

  • Deer Resistant
  • Container
  • Pollinator
  • Indoor
  • Butterfly
  • Drought
  • Anne Marie Lantana Plants

    Lantana Camara

    We were immediately attracted to the wonderful color mix ~ pink, yellow and orange flowers that bloom continuously throughout the spring, summer and fall. A perfect lantana in every sense of the word: easy to grow, heat tolerant, drought tolerant, prolific bloomer, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds ... we can keep going!

    This sunny plant prefers full sun and evenly moist well-drained soil. It is highly attractive to bees, butterflies and birds and looks best when planted in masses. The flowers offer continuous brilliant color to beds and containers all season long.

    This lantana is a bit more cold hardy, and can tolerate Zone 8 temperatures which makes it even more attractive! Known for its compact mound it is great for containers or borders. A perfect addition to your perennial garden, let it compliment any of your finest perennials! A gorgeous mix of pink, yellow and orange blooms, it can be combined with almost any other colors.

  • Lantana camara

    Characteristics: Our 'Anne Marie' Lantana is a multi-colored bloomer. 'Anne Marie Lantana' will do wonderfully in zones 8-11.

    Light: Be sure to plant your lantanas in full sun. They will soak it up!

    Water: Although lantanas are drought tolerant, their outstanding performance will be affected if they are too dry for too long - I recommend a thorough watering once a week. Remember to avoid overhead watering which can make plants more susceptible to diseases and root rot.

    Soil: Lantanas will thrive in soil with a pH from 6 to 7.8 (mildly acidic to mildly alkaline).

    Use: Attractive to bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, lantana is one of our longest-standing favorite flowers.

    Extras: A light clipping of tip growth will encourage repeat blooming - taking a fourth of the growth every once and again will help the plant flush. If you lightly fertilize newly cut back plants, they will return to bloom quickly.

    If you live in an area where lantanas are perennial, cut back hard in the early spring to remove old growth and prevent woodiness, to about 6 to 12 inches from ground level. DO NOT hard prune in the fall - this can cause reduced cold hardiness.

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