Lantana 'Miss. Huff'

Grower's Comments: Probably the most hardy of the Lantanas that we have found

48 inches

USDA Zone 8a to USDA Zone 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 for control; cut back in fall

None noted; occasionally mildew

  Drought Tolerant
  Full Sun
  Part Sun
  Poor Soil

FUN FACTS

The spread of lantana is aided by the characteristic of their leaves, which are somewhat poisonous to most animals, while their fruit is a delicacy for many birds which distribute the seeds.

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SizePrice
1g$5.00
3g$12.00

A beautiful and very hardy Lantana, Miss. Huff offers a bright combination of flowers colors with small yellow centers. Attractive to bees and other pollinating insects, it remains a special treat for butterflies. Very hardy and dependable, it is drought tolerant and it looks equally at home in a hanging basket as it is slightly trailing in habit, or in a planter or planted out in the sunnier garden. Smells like all Lantanas and tells you when summer is here in the south. Blooms on new wood, so cut back in the fall/early winter.