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HAVE: have lantana

Posted by ginnypenny Tyler TX area (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 4, 09 at 19:00

I have several well established Lantana plants, original Texas that name....several Pot of Gold and a few of the mixed confetti.

Want Red lantana, purple lantana or red, green or white passion vine; Will consider all most anything!!

Would prefer within 25 miles or so of Tyler, but can work out postage.

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RE: HAVE: have lantana

I have a small red lantana plant, but do not know if a cutting would sprout. If you can tell me how to multiply it, I will try and then the plants would be available I guess in the spring.

RE: HAVE: have lantana

Usually you can pull a portion over and put a stone on it to set roots. I have also started some with simply putting a cutting in either water, or with root starter.

In the spring, even just putting cuttings straight in the ground without anything.

Now all this is with the Pot of Gold and the native stuff. I've had less succes with the mixed confetti.
Where are you located?

RE: HAVE: have lantana

I am in Joshua, south of ft. worth
I will try to find a piece long enough to put a rock on and see what happens.

RE: HAVE: have lantana

Great, thanks. Would you like some of what I Have? The POT of Gold and mixed confetti are beautiful and seem to have NO problems. Certainly the native has only one goes wild.

I usually do not cut any of the back as deep as I see recommended 'cause I want instant blooms in the summer.


RE: HAVE: have lantana

Sure. I have a great location for something to grow un-assisted.
How long do you think it will take to get roots on the stem?

RE: HAVE: have lantana

Haven't a clue, certainly by spring, I'd guess. Send me an email with your info and when you want the or later in early spring and i'll send them.

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