Broadlea f evergreen
8b to 11
1.00 to 2.00 feet
1.00 to 2.00 feet
July to frost
pink with yellow/white
Landmark Series plants are commonly grown as annuals inzones 6 and below. They are easily grown in containers or as bedding plants in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. They tolerate poor soils. They also tolerate hot and humid conditions and some drought. Prune back plants after first flowering to shape and to encourage additional bud growth. Most gardeners purchase new plants each spring rather than attempt to overwinter ones from the previous year.Landmark Series lantanas are mounding annuals that typically grow to 12-20″ tall and feature tiny, tubular, 5-lobed, multicolored flowers in dense hemispherical clusters (to 2” diameter) that bloom continuously from late spring to fall. Flower colors include white, yellow, orange, red, pink and purple, with multiple colors appearing in the clusters of some varieties. Ovate, toothed, dark green leaves (to 4” long) are rough-wrinkled above. Leaves are aromatic when bruised. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. Cultivars in the Landmark Series include Landmark Blaze, Landmark Citrus, Landmark Flame Improved, Landmark Gold, Landmark Peach Sunrise Improved, Landmark Pink Dawn, Landmark Pink Glow, Landmark Rose Glow Improved, Landmark Sunrise Rose, Landmark White and Landmark Yellow.
No serious insect or disease problems. Watch for aphids, whiteflies, leafminers, thrips and spider mites. Potential disease problems include botrytis, rhizoctomia, pythium and powdery mildew. Species plants and some cultivars are considered to be invasive spreaders (primarily by self-seeding) in warm winter areas where they act as perennials (USDA Zones 9-11). Plants grown as annuals in cold winter climates are not invasive.
Annual bedding plant. Containers. Hanging baskets.
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