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Lantana "COMPACT ORANGE FIRE " Live Rooted Starter Plant

Lantana "COMPACT ORANGE FIRE " Live Rooted Starter Plant

Regular price $7.50 USD
Regular price Sale price $7.50 USD
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Live arrival guaranteed winter or summer (please dont leave outside in mailbox  bring in immediately upon delivery)


Ships well rooted, but no pot


Gem Compact Orange Fire, also known as Red Sage and Lantana Camara, is a tender perennial native to Central and South America. Danziger developed the Gem series for its superior branching and heat and drought tolerance. This cultivar offers a mounded habit of 8-10" tall and 10-12" wide, with orange flower clusters blooming from spring through summer. Grow Lantana as an annual in cold regions or as a perennial in zone 9-11, where it is root hardy. Vibrant flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds to sunny landscape borders, hanging baskets, mixed containers, and xeriscapes. Lantana is heat tolerant, long-blooming, and beautiful in the garden. This compact variety is particularly well-suited to containers, baskets, and use as a houseplant. 




Add some flare to your garden with this live rooted starter plant from Diane Van Dyk co. The Lantana 'COMPACT ORANGE FIRE boasts a colorful mix of hues perfect for any season of interest, whether it be summer, fall, or spring. This  plant comes in a rooted plant plug form about 3 in tall and thrives in full sun


With its orange blooms, this lantana is sure to be a showstopper in any yard or garden. Each pack contains one plant plug, ready to grow and add some spicey color to your landscape. Shop now and bring some vibrant beauty to your outdoor space.


Lantana are fragrant natives of tropical regions in the Americas and Africa. These broadleaf evergreen shrubs are drought-hardy in landscapes and cold-hardy to slightly below freezing, so they can be grown as perennials in Florida and other warm regions. Upright varieties are best grown in containers for landscape use, but they also work well in combination planters. Adding lantana to your spring program will attract pollinator

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