Peaches Lantana Plants offer clusters of small, peach and yellow flowers surrounded by deep green foliage. It has a compact, mounding habit that makes it the perfect variety for growing in containers, though many landscapers use it as a sunny, bright ground cover or cascading over retaining walls, even near the ocean, due it it's salt tolerance and heat resistance!
Lantana Companion Plants: Angelonia, Begonia, Gaillardia, Pentas, Salvia
Peaches Lantana Plant Care Instructions: Keep the plant well-watered for the first 4-5 weeks. To maximize growth and performance of your plant, keep the soil moist and fertilizer every 7-10 days with a water-soluble fertilizer. If you are in zones 9-11, plants should be cut back by 3/4 each spring. All other zones should discard the plants once the season is over.