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Bandana Cherry Sunrise Lantana Plants
Lantana camara 'cherry sunrise'
Producing blankets of cluster flowers from spring to fall, these annuals look beautiful when used as hanging plants. At this time we cannot guarantee this plant will be in bloom upon delivery.
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|10 Inch Hanging Basket||$35.91 List $39.95 10% OFF||
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Bandana Cherry Sunrise has cluster-shaped flowers that bloom in a variety of colors. Their flowers can have orange, red, pink, yellow, and white blossoms at the same time, making them a beautiful "tie-dye" looking plant. Their growing season is from late spring until the first frost of the year. However, unless you live in zones 9-11, this plant will be considered an annual. They can only be perennials when in the warmer climates of hardiness zones 9, 10, and 11. These plants go beautifully as hanging basket plants and can be used as compact mounding plants in your garden.
To ensure your lantana plant grows to its best potential, plant or pot them in well-draining, moist soil in an area that gets at least 6 hours of full sunlight each day. These plants attract pollinators like bees and hummingbirds, repel dear, and can even be used as a mosquito repellant.
|Mature Height:||1 to 2 Feet|
|Mature Width:||3 to 4 Feet|
|Sunlight:||Full sun, partial sun|
|Flower Color:||multi-colored; red, orange, yellow, white, pink|
|Water Requirements:||Average, likes moist soil conditions|
|Uses:||Especially attractive in hanging baskets or in plant stands|
How to Care for Bandana Cherry Sunrise Lantana Plants
Before you buy a Bandana Cherry Sunrise Lantana plant, make sure to read about the care instructions that are required and recommended to keep this plant healthy and thriving!
What Type Of Light Do Cherry Sunrise Lantana Plants Require?
Cherry Sunrise lantana plants love to bask in the sun. These plants thrive in full sun environments and we recommend giving them at least 6 hours of full sun each day. They can handle partial sun for up to a few hours a day, but need to be planted or placed where the sun shines bright! If your plant is potted and kept inside, keep it near a window that gets plenty of full, but diluted, sunlight. Also, turn your plant every so often when it is inside so you do not risk their flowers or leaves burning. Sun from a window will shine directly on one spot, instead of the sun when in the outdoors. This is why turning your plant is a necessity so the whole thing receives the same amount of sunlight.
What is The Best Soil For Bandana Cherry Sunrise Lantana Plants?
Bandana lantana plants must be planted or potted in well-draining and balanced soil conditions. They are fairly tolerant of soil salt levels and have no particular preference for soil pH. When planted in a landscape, make sure you are using soil that drains properly. Even though they love moist soil, too much water will cause root rot disease and damage your plant's root system. If your plant is potted, make sure it is in a container that has great drainage holes so any excess water can properly drain out.
Should I Fertilize My Bandana Cherry Sunrise Lantana Plant?
When transplanting your lantana plant, it is important to fertilize immediately. Once they are planted, you can feed them every 3 to 4 weeks until they are fully established. Once they are fully established plants the best time to begin fertilizing them is in early spring. Use any dry fertilizer formula, just make sure it is well-balanced and of good quality. If your plant is in a container, it will need to have a more regular feeding schedule. We recommend using a slow-release fertilizer in the spring and then every 2 to 4 weeks after, supplement with a water-soluble, balanced fertilizer.
How Often Should I Water My Lantana?
Keeping your Lantana's soil evenly moist is key to this plant's success. The best soil conditions for this are well-draining and soil that does not dry out quickly. These annuals can be slightly drought-tolerant, but only once they are well established. Make sure to water regularly to help keep its soil moist. Even though this plant loves moist soil, do not allow your soil to get too wet to where it cannot drain, this will cause root damage and root rot disease. Also, never let their soil dry out, this could make your plant look lackluster and not bloom to its fullest potential. The best rule of thumb is to check about 1 inch down and if the soil is wet you do not need to water. Once that soil is dry, then you can water again. Making sure you have a great well-draining soil will help all excess water to flow out and hardly ever risk the chance of diseases related to overwatering.