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Lantana montevidensis

 
Lantana montevidensis
trailing lantana
Common name trailing lantana
Family verbenaceae
Life cycle tender perennial (Z8-11)
Flowers various colors (spring-fall)
Size 12"
Light sun-part shade
Cultural notes well drained soil

Lower-growing species than its cousin L. camara, with a less refined look but plenty of flower power. It is likewise tender, apt to die back to the ground if temperatures dip below around 25F, but with a good probability of recovery from its roots when spring weather arrives. Flowers on the species are purple, but other colors are readily available – ours are yellow.

In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: houston back yard

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