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Chappell Hill Lantana

Posted by dinajean upstate SC -Zone 7b (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 6, 11 at 8:48

Got me this yellow Lantana this year..I have already a pink/yellow and a red/orange that have been coming back year after year even though it's an "ANNUAL"". Wonder if anyone has experience with the Chappell Hill Yellow, just wondering if it is as hardy as my others and can I expect to enjoy it next year???

Thanks in advance for any comments.

Dina in upstate SC (Pickens County)


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RE: Chappell Hill Lantana

I've had mixed results with Chapel Hill Yellow. There is also a Chapel Hill Gold now. I do not find them as reliable as Miss Huff. I use them as a border in one of my beds and have half of them come back each year.


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RE: Chappell Hill Lantana

Not as reliable as Miss Huff. One came back the following year looking like Miss Huff and not solid yellow.

Cameron


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RE: Chappell Hill Lantana

  • Posted by mfc1 z7NC (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 6, 11 at 18:20

Miss Huff is the only one that has REALLY come back like gangbusters for me. Miss Huff also gets taller and more bushy than many others that tend to just spread out like a ground cover. Here is a link to more info on what has done well in Carolina.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lantana for the Carolinas


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RE: Chappell Hill Lantana

I have 'Ham and Eggs' and 'Athens Rose' that return. Very late to show any green at the base in early summer. I do not cut back the ugly stems over the winter. I wait for the basal foliage to show up. Shrub-size.


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RE: Chappell Hill Lantana

I planted 2 last year (2010) and neither came back.


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