How do I space lantana plants in a garden?

Answer Prepare the SpaceDig holes 3 to 4 feet apart in a sunny spot in your garden bed; the holes should be twice as wide as the pots the lantana plants came in and just as deep. Remove the lantana plants... Read More »

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How to Space Garden Plants?

Whether you are growing flowers, produce or other plants, space is an important consideration because each plant has its own space requirements, depending on how it grows and how much space its roo... Read More »

How much space do vegetable plants need in a garden?

Vegetable plants need enough room to grow to their mature height and width without being crowded. Space large plants like tomatoes and eggplant 30 inches apart, cucumber and cantaloupes 2 to 4 feet... Read More »

Winter Care for Lantana Plants?

Depending on the area where they grow, lantana plants either persist or become dormant during the winter. In zone 8 and to the north, during the winter, lantana remains partially or completely dorm... Read More »

Is spring or fall better for planting lantana plants?

If starting lantana from seeds, begin planting in early spring or late winter. Plant the seeds 1/8-inch deep in peat soil. Lantana will take anywhere from 42 to 60 days to germinate.References:Hort... Read More »