- Depending on the region and type grown, lantana plants can be treated as annuals or perennials.
- Lantana is an irresistible plant with a sweet fragrance and bright blooms that attract hordes of bees and butterflies to the garden.
- These plants are known for their rounded clusters of small, brightly colored flowers.
- The flowers may be yellow, orange, white, red, or purple, and often colors are mixed within the same cluster.
- Lantana plants like full sun or partial sun. The plant should receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight every day.
- These plants thrive in well-draining soil. They will grow in most soil conditions but prefer slightly acidic soil.
- Water the lantana plant thoroughly and do not let it dry out. With sandy soil, you will likely need to water every day.
- Lantana plants do not require fertilizer. If desired, feed them with a balanced liquid fertilizer every month.