Lantana Camara - (30-40 cm Ht, 1PP in 10cm Pot)
Lantana Camara is a species of flowering plant within the verbena family, valued for its long season of reliable blooms. It is popular in yards, Spreading cultivars are attractive as groundcovers or trailing over containers and walls is grown as a hedge plant and has various medicinal and practical uses. Leaves are ovate in shape, oppositely arranged, commonly 6 inches long and 2 ½ inches wide.
Planting & Care
SunLight: Lantana Camara plants like full sun or partial sun, at least 6 hours of direct sunlight every day.
Soil: These plants thrive in well-draining soil, but prefer slightly acidic soil.
Water: Water the lantana deeply and slowly one or two times per week
Temperature: The plant will thrive in temperatures 55 degrees Fahrenheit or more.
Fertilizer: Lantana should be fertilized twice a month with liquid fertilizer for flowering plants.
Pruning: Prune or pinch the trailing lantana back lightly throughout the growing season, as needed, to shape it or encourage branching.