Lantana Plants


Anonymous added on September 12, 2017 | Answered

Hello, I live in So Cal. I want to transplant a lantana in the fall. I was going to prune it at the same time but read the article that said avoid before winter. So can I still transplant? yes/no to pruning? Thank you for your time and info, Kathy Blakemna

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Answered on September 12, 2017

You can safely transplant your Lantana in early spring or fall. Avoid moving your plant during the warm summer months.
You can prune back your plant in late winter or early spring. If your planning on moving the plant you can prune back at the same time.

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