Golden globes bob in mounds of clustered flowers from April through frost on this perpetually happy plant. Lantana New Gold boasts spring-green stems with small, hydrangea-like leaves and is one of those maverick plants that thrive in
and any other miserable condition you throw its way.
If you need hardiness, New Gold, with her
growth rate and
Deer will avoid her
she's just fine in
(with an occasional drink), is eye candy for
galore, and works beautifully on banks and
New Gold is splendid in flowerbeds, container gardens and as a large scale groundcover.
If you wish her to remain tidy and compact, she'll comply, but given space, she'll blanket the earth with a carpet of green foliage and sunny
Native to tropical regions of the Americas, this is a plant you just can't mess up and will find adaptable to just about any location provided you give her lots of sun.
Lantana berries are
You'll know they are ripe when they turn a dark blue.
Unripe berries and leaves are toxic.
Lantana New Gold was the 1995 Georgia Gold Medal Plant.