Lantana camara (Orange)

This is one of two plants of Lantana camara currently grown in the glasshouse.  It was supplied as a commercial ornamental in the form of a small rooted cutting in a 5cm pot.  It has since grown substantially and flowered continuously from March (purchase) to the present (August).

 

 

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2 Responses to Lantana camara (Orange)

  1. Sam Hickling says:

    I have seen whitefly on this plant in all forms and life stages. Some leaves have become covered on the underside with the white scaley nymphs. Along side these are also the black mummified nymphs that have become host to parisitoid larvae.

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