Lemon Zest Lantana
Overview & Benefits
This heat-loving, fragrant, hardy plant is low-maintenance with a high output of flowers all summer. Blooming from late spring until frost, drought- and humidity-tolerant lantana holds up in tough conditions. Easy to take care of, lantana is a thriving filler plant that looks great in edging, borders, containers, window boxes, and hanging baskets.
Pairs Nicely With
- Product Specs
- Comes to you as a 5” plant
- Loves full sun, at least 6 hours
- Grows to 14-16” tall
- Enjoys 14-16” of personal space
- Needs protection from frost
- Happiest with Miracle-Gro® soil that is evenly moist
- Thrives when fed continuously with Miracle-Gro® plant food
How to use
Lantana can be enjoyed in-ground and in containers.
Great planted in flower beds, edging, and borders.
On their own or surrounded by other plants, they grow well in containers, window boxes, and hanging baskets.
Plant lantana with other drought-tolerant plants, like black-eyed Susan, canna, lamb’s ear, sedum, purple coneflower, daylily, dusty miller, Shasta daisy, zinnia, or bearded iris.
Using with Other Products
Use Miracle-Gro® soil and Miracle-Gro® plant food for your best blooms yet.
Enjoys moist soil. Water when soil feels dry to the touch.
What to Expect
Clusters of flowers grow over green foliage
Low-trailing to mounding habit
Attracts butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, and songbirds
Deer and rabbit resistant