Lantana camara ‘Miss Huff’ – “Miss Huff’s Hardy Lantana”

Botanical Name: Lantana camara  ‘Miss Huff’

Common Name: “Miss Huff’s Hardy Lantana”

Characteristics:

Height: 4.5 to 5 Feet

Spread: 4 to 5 Feet

Light: Full sun to partial shade

Bloom: May-Frost

Description:

A GOODNESS GROWS INTRODUCTION. Clusters of tiny yellow flowers fade to orange and, finally, to pink on this large, imposing, deciduous plant with dark-green, deer-resistant, pungent foliage. Propagated vegetatively from a plant that survived winters in the Crawford-Athens area, it has proven winter-hardy at least as far north as Canton, Georgia, if properly cultivated. Spring planting is recommended. Old deadwood should not be removed until plants awaken after the last frost of the following season. Butterflies love “Miss Huff.”

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