Lantana horrida Texas Lantana

Lantana horrida has a great show of flowers that last from spring till frost, the flowers a yellow color and and fade to an orange color along the outside edge and are great at attracting butterflies into the garden. Texas Lantana is drought tolerant, salt tolerant, deer tolerant, and has outstanding heat tolerance. Texas Lantana is native to the Rio Grande Plains and Southern Edwards Plateau in Texas. The leaves are smaller and rougher than Lantana camara, perhaps to help with the drier conditions of its native habitat. The name Lantana horrida comes from the smell of the foliage which is known to smell strong or Horrible! Lantana horrida is part of our Plants For Texas® Program, meaning it was Texas Grown, Tested in Texas to perform outstanding for Texas Gardens.

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