Lantana Plants

Lantana Plant

Anonymous added on July 25, 2015 | Answered

I have several of the lantana plants growing in my backyard. I was wondering if the green seeds that are on the plants after the flower is done could be planted to grow more plants. Thank you.

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Answered on July 27, 2015

Lantana berries develop from the spent blooms. he plants can successfully be grown in many types of containers, so transplanting from the hanging basket to a planter, is fine. Regardless, they will still require more watering than those left in the ground, usually on a daily basis as you are already doing. You can keep it in your garage or a heated greenhouse (just above freezing). The house is usually warmer than 50 degrees at night, but if you have a location that is bright and sunny, but doesn't freeze (50 degrees at night) 70-80 degrees during the day, it could possibly make it through the winter. Or you can let the blooms go to seed and collect

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