Lantana montevidensis, Trailing Lavender is fabulous because of its flower-power. It's a fast-growing, low growing shrub that has a trailing or spreading growth habit, up to six feet spread, and it's mature height is 1-2 feet. Spring through fall this low maintenance plant will fill with lavender flowers. It's sure to become a specimen in your landscape wherever you decide to put it, like borders, hanging baskets, garden beds, ground cover, or in pots on your porch or balcony to cascade over the edges, plus it's highly attractive to those birds, butterflies and bees we love to see. Plant in full sun, in well drained soil, moderately drought tolerant. Hardy in zones 8-11, in these zones it will die back to the ground in winter, if anything other than a light frost, and grow back from the roots the next spring. Grown as annuals in cooler climates. These plants are growing in 3.5-inch, deep pots.
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