Lantana 'Buttercup'

Grower's Comments: Available spring, 2012

Up to 24" by 36" spread

8b - 11

Small, slightly serrated, fragrant

Umbels (An umbel is an inflorescence which consists of a number of short flower stalks (called pedicels) which are equal in length and spread from a common point, somewhat like umbrella ribs.)

Perennial, not evergreen

None except to contol size; cut back in winter

None noted

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1g$5.00

Lantana plants (Lantana camara) are rapid growers and are known for their resilience. Thriving in hot weather, full sun and well-drained slightly acid soil, the cultivar "Buttercup" displays pure white flowers. A low-spreading lantana plant, Buttercup can be pruned during the summer months; repeat blooming is made possible through light shearing, according to the Clemson University Extension. Buttercup lantana plants may be used as annuals or perennials for ground cover or in hanging baskets. Low-spreading lantanas grow to a height of 1 to 2 feet and a width of up to 4 feet.