The lantana Crimson plant a bright sun-loving plant, producing orange flowers in abundance. It is popular in yards, makes an excellent ornamental plant and best mat-forming ground cover plant.
Planting & Care
SunLight: Lantana 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 trailing 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.