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Lantana 'Trailing Lavender' - Hardy Trailing Lantana

Lantana 'Trailing Lavender' - Hardy Trailing Lantana

(Verbenaceae Lantana Montevidensis Trailing Lavender)

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In USDA Zones above 9, perennial lantana are best planted between early spring and late summer.
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    More About Trailing Lavender Lantana...

    Trailing Lavender is a low-growing, spreading and cascading form of lantana that has demonstrated itself to be quite cold hardy in our trial gardens here in Zone 8 of mid-Georgia. Plants are smothered in with clusters of lavender flowers throughout the warm season! Fall pruning ensures death of this plant. Wait to remove all dead foliage in spring when new growth begins to emerge.

    Culture & Care Tips

    ***IMPORTANT CARE TIP!!! *** DO NOT PRUNE LANTANA IN THE FALL as this will ensure death of the plant! Wait until new growth begins to emerge in spring to remove dead stems. A mid-summer shearing to remove seedheads is okay.

    Trailing Lavender has returned for 7 years in our garden here in mid-Georgia USDA Zone 8A. Plant in well-drained soils or pots and plenty of sunshine.

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