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Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
  • Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
  • Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
  • Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
  • Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
  • Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
  • Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
  • Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack
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Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Plant Start 3-Pack

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3 Plant Start Plugs per package
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Ships: Spring 2024 [?]

    Bring the tropics to your yard with the Lantana Passion Fruit Pink and Yellow Mix!  These semi-trailing plants feature multi-colored blooms ranging from pinks, oranges and yellows all on the same flower!  Not only do they look like the tropics but they also smell like fresh passion fruit!  Lantana are naturally heat and drought tolerant, the perfect addition to your full sun Summer garden!  We recommend planting in hanging baskets, or patio pots and enjoy a plethora of pollinators enjoying these gorgeous blooms as well!  The fragrance of the Lantana Passion Fruit also helps deter deer and rabbits.  

    *Will come with 3 pre-potted plants with active growth for head start this season. Our annuals are ready to ship late Spring and into early Summer*

    Upon Arrival…

    • Remove your plants from all packaging and inspect the condition of the growth. If you are concerned with the condition, please email us an image within 5 days of delivery.
    • If the soil seems dry upon arrival this is okay, just make sure to give the plants a good watering!
    • The new plants will need time to acclimate before they can be replanted or moved outside. We recommend placing the plant start in a bright location inside for 1-2 days. This will help perk them up!
    • Any dried or yellow leaves should be removed prior to transplanting. Plants may appear wilted or dried out upon arrival, this is normal during the transit process due to lack of sunlight. Water as directed and place in a bright location and they will perk right up!
    • The new plant start plugs can be safely transplanted outside into the ground or containers once night time temperatures are consistently above 50 degrees.

    Planting Advice…

    Planting Depth and Spacing: Dig a hole deep enough for the entire plug to fit with the top of the plant plug sitting flush with the soil line. Make sure the plug is not sticking up at all from the soil. Plants should be spaced 8-10” apart in the garden.

    Planting in Pots: Choose a container with drainage holes. Use a 6-8” pot for one plant or space each plug 3-4” from the side of the pot and each other if using a larger pot.  We recommend using 3 plugs in a 12" pot to create a full, lush effect.  

    Soil: Lantana can adapt in a wide range of soil types even more rocky or dry soil. If you do have clay soil, we do recommend adding all purpose potting soil to help with drainage and aeration.  Lantana do require good drainage to thrive.

    Watering: If the top inch of the soil is dry, it means it’s time to water. When plants are young, it is important to not allow them to dry out completely. Keep the soil evenly moist but not saturated.

    Fertilize: We recommend using Jacks Bloom Booster Fertilizer. See package for specific instructions.

    Over Winter:  In warm climates, zones 9-11, Lantana will remain evergreen and produce flowers on and off throughout the year.  In colder climates, zones 8 and below, Lantana are meant to be grown as an annual and cannot handle freezing temperatures. After the first hard frost, Marigolds can be removed from the garden bed or container and discarded.  You can try to overwinter Lantana indoors during the Winter.  Cut the plant back to the soil level and store in a cool, dry, dark location such as a basement or garage.  Do not let the temperatures freeze.  Refrain from watering while in storage.  Once temperatures reach above 50 during the Spring, you can start moving the Lantana outdoors and begin watering again.