The New Gold Lantana is a vibrant showstopper known for its brilliant yellow flower clusters that bloom continuously from spring through fall. Growing to a mature height of 2 feet and spreading as wide as 4 feet, its presence adds a splash of color and life to your garden. The New Gold Lantana not only adds aesthetic value but is also a boon for pollinators, attracting bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, while effectively deterring deer and rabbits. Remarkably resilient, once established, it is heat and drought-tolerant, making it a great addition to rock gardens, xeriscapes, and even rooftop gardens.
How do you ensure the New Gold Lantana thrives in your garden? Here are three quick growing tips. Tip one, plant your Lantana in a spot that receives six or more hours of sunshine per day. This will encourage healthy growth and ensure a burst of vibrant flowers. Tip two, your New Gold Lantana needs to be watered well for the first month after transplanting. Over time, it becomes drought-tolerant, but initial care is vital. Tip three, for a happy and healthy plant, remember to fertilize every two weeks. This will promote healthy growth and a profusion of those stunning yellow flower clusters.
The New Gold Lantana is a wonderful companion plant for: Angelonia, Begonia, Gaillardia, Pentas, Salvia