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Lantana Little Lucky – Lantana Camara

In hot-climate planting zones, the Lantana Little Lucky provides plenty of colorful blooms with little effort. Clusters of yellow buds begin to blossom in early spring and continue blooming throughout the summer and into the fall without the need to deadhead or prune expired blooms. The Lantana Little Lucky grows 12 to 16 inches tall and spreads 12 to 14 inches wide. Its clusters of yellow flowers are complimented with beautifully shaped dark green foliage. The Lantana Little Lucky is heat and drought resistant and requires little watering once the plant is established. Planted as a border flower or in pots, the flowers will attract butterflies. The lantana prefers well drained soil and full sun.

  • Flowers bloom early and all season long on 12- to 16-inch stems with dark green foliage, no deadheading or pruning required.
  • Drought-resistant, heat-tolerate perennial is perfect for planting in zones 10 and 11.
  • Plant in well-drained soil in full sun, requires little watering once established.
  • Ready-to-plant Lantana Little Lucky ships in a 1-quart pot with ample buds and 5 to 10 blooms.