The Lantana is regaining popularity with many growers because of the increased demand for hanging and patio pots. In fact its use as a hanging plant far exceeds its demand for other uses. This native of tropical and subtropical America, when grown properly, will produce a continuous mass of color during the summer months. Flowers are produced in clusters on terminal twigs. The flat headed clusters contain many tubular flowers. Lantana flowers are available in colors of white, red, orange, yellow, lilac and multicolors. Check with propagating specialists for varieties and colors.
Source: • Connecticut Greenhouse Newsletter #56