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PlantFiles Pictures: Lantana 'Dallas Red' (Lantana camara)

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Santa Fe, TX
(Zone 9b)

May 12, 2004
6:38 PM

Post #867871

Lantana 'Dallas Red'
Lantana camara

We have pink, yellow, orange and a couple of others, but this is my favorite. It has taken 3 years for this plant to do well, but is a beauty now.

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Abilene, TX

July 17, 2004
5:01 PM

Post #955839

Hi trois,

I live in Abilene Tx. Is the Dallas Red Lantana a perennial in my area? I have several Lantana Gold planted which are perennial, and love them, but need some more colors. How would I get the Dallas Red?

Thanks, Don Richardson
Santa Fe, TX
(Zone 9b)

July 17, 2004
9:14 PM

Post #956037

I will try to find out where we got ours. I will get back to you soon.

Santa Fe, TX
(Zone 9b)

July 17, 2004
9:29 PM

Post #956053

We got ours at Home Depot. They make little berries, which are full of seeds. If you are unable to find any locally, let me know and when ready, I will send you some.
Toadsuck, TX
(Zone 7a)

July 17, 2004
9:53 PM

Post #956071

Dallas Red is very common here. I got mine at a nursery in Whitesboro...they spread very well, and reseed themselves in the garden bed. Watch for new plants early in the summer. These can be dug and potted or transplanted at that time. This is only successful if the new plant is under a ft. tall. Larger plants go into shock, and do not recover.


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