Lantana trees are shrub trees that can grow up to 8 feet tall. The shrubs can reach 4 feet in width and produce blue, orange, pink, red and white flowers. Lantana trees thrive in direct sunlight and are known to attract ... More »

Lantana, rosemary, Texas sagebrush and gaillardia are a few garden plants that are drought resistant once established. Most rudbeckias, perennial salvias, coreopsis and portulacas also hold up well during periods of low ... More »

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Toxic flowers include wisteria, hydrangea, foxglove and lily-of-the-valley. Every part of the oleander is toxic, and poisonous berries grow on mistletoe and nightshade plants. Moonseed, which produces berries that appear... More »

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Lantana is a perennial plant that is part of the verbenaceae, or verbena family. This lightly-scented flowering weed can grow as a vine or as a shrub if properly tended. Lantana thrives in hot climates and can withstand ... More »

Lantana plants require full sun, good soil drainage, somewhat acidic soil, and light to moderate fertilizer, and growers must bring the plants indoors for winter in regions where temperatures fall below 32 degrees Fahren... More »

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Grow lantana shrubs by planting them in a location with full sun and well-drained soil, watering them correctly, mulching the plants and fertilizing them. Lantana shrubs need to be pruned only in the late winter before t... More »

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Hardiness zone 5 has a minimum annual temperature of -20 to -10 degrees Fahrenheit, and flowering trees for this zone include the Eastern Redbud, the Japanese Yoshino Cherry, the Red and White Dogwood and the Saucer magn... More »

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