Lantana 'Dallas Red''

Grower's Comments: Simply spectacular

To 36 inches

USDA Zone 8b to USDA Zone 10

Small, 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 but for control; cut back in winter

None noted; sometimes mildew

  Drought Tolerant
  Full Sun
  Part Sun
  Poor Soil

FUN FACTS

Oddly enough, though toxic, Lantanas have traditionally been used in some cultures in decoctions and poultices for medicinal purposes. Though not advised, they have been used to treat digestive issues and to heal snakebites and wounds. But please don't eat the berries.

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SizePrice
1g$5.00
3g$8.25

An upright, fast growing shrub that is tough as nails and comes back each year stronger and more vigorous. Requires almost no maintenance other than shearing once established. We cut all of ours back to about six inches each fall. Berries of all Lantana are reported to be poisonous and care should be exercised where small children are involved. Beautiful red flowers held upright on strong stalks.