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Lantana 'Confetti'


Zones: 9-11
Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 24"H x 36"S
Bloom: Orange, Yellow, Mauve, Summer - Fall


Product Features

  • Deer Resistant
  • Container
  • Pollinator
  • Indoor
  • Butterfly
  • Drought
  • Confetti Lantana Plants

    Lantana camara

    Lantana 'Confetti' is an explosion of color! Tri-colored yellow, orange and mauve blooms create a dazzling display, set upon toothy-edged dark green leaves- a striking contrast. These colorful blooms will fade with age and over-fertilization. An exotic looking flower, 'Confetti' looks like a multitude of tiny fireworks!

    Unlike its trailing relatives, this variety has a more upright, shrubby habit. A cousin of the Lemon Verbena, Lantana 'Confetti' has aromatic foliage and grows very easily. As with many other varieties of Lantana, 'Confetti' is poisonous if digested and can also cause dermatitis and skin irritation if handled by someone with sensitive skin.

    Looks great in a pot or container for a patio garden or as a border in your garden. Drought and deer resistant, 'Confetti' is a constant blooming perennial in hot or tropical zones, but may be an annual for more Northern areas.

  • Lantana camara

    Characteristics: Lantana 'Confetti' is the perfect name for this eye-catching, bold beauty! The vibrant colors work so well with many of the annuals in our selection. 'Confetti' is a great addition to gardens in zones 9-11.

    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: Confetti 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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