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Lantana 'Dallas Red'
Lantana 'Dallas Red'

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ZONE: 9 - 11
SIZE: 24"H x 24"S
BLOOM: Red, Orange, Yellow, Summer - Fall

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Dallas Red Lantana Plants

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Lantana 'Dallas Red' has a great show of fiery red, orange and yellow flowers which are irresistible to hummingbirds, butterflies and other useful pollinators. The brilliant blooms tend to turn red with age, but remain constant bloomers in zones with hot climates. A relative of Vervain and Lemon Verbena, this bold variety can be very invasive and is prohibited in some states because of this tendency.

Though a very attractive plant, 'Dallas Red' as well as many other Lantana varieties are poisonous if ingested by humans or animals. In most cases, livestock or children fall victim to the plant's toxins when garden clippings are tossed into pastures or kids are enticed by its red and orange berries. Symptoms include upset stomach, sluggishness and in severe cases, paralysis. High levels of Lantanin toxins in the plant give Lantanas their poisonous quality and handling the plant itself can cause irritation or dermatitis for people with sensitive skin or allergies.

Oddly enough, though toxic, Lantanas have traditionally been used in some cultures in decoctions and poultices for medicinal purposes. Though not advised, they have been used to treat digestive issues and to heal snakebites and wounds.

An exceptional plant that is long-lasting, long-blooming and so easy to grow!


Zones: 9 - 11

Size: 24"H x 24"S

Light: Full Sun

Bloom: Red, Orange, Yellow, Summer - Fall

Uses: A more compact growth habit than other varieties, 'Dallas Red' produces fiery red, orange and yellow clusters. A stunning show stopper in the garden, planting Dallas Red Lantana will attract multitudes of hummingbirds and butterflies! Though toxic, some cultures have used this medicinally to treat wounds.

Tips: A constant bloomer in hot climates, 'Dallas Red' is resistant to deer, salt, heat and drought.

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Those Darn Deer May 1, 2017
Reviewer: Connie Parrin from BLUFFTON, SC United States  
Finally a beautiful flowering plant that the deer don't like at all.  We planted this variety in larger cedar planters at the corners of our patio - just spectacular.

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  5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Happy flower September 8, 2015
Reviewer: Marie Wauford from Franklin, TN United States  
Ordered for the 1st time  and I am so VERY PLEASED, not only  with the healthy  plants  received but lantana. They  grew into beautiful  plants  and abundant  flowers.  Never had so many beautiful  monarch butterflies.  Thank you for a great  company  to and plants.

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