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Lantana 'Ham and Eggs'
Lantana 'Ham and Eggs' Plant

Our Price: $6.95
ZONE: 7 - 10
SIZE: 24"H x 36"W
BLOOM: Yellow, Pink and a hint of Orange

Availability: Order Now, Ships Fall

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Lantana 'Ham and Eggs' Plants

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A deer resistant beauty that blooms from summer to fall ~ Ham & Eggs Lantana flowers open in pink, and then develop a central pattern of blooms that are cream with a golden eye, an occasional hint of orange. This is a GORGEOUS show stopper that is also deer resistant! Easy to grow and long-lived with plentiful and continuous blooms, and a definite show stopper in a container.

This lantana plant is said to look like ham and eggs with its pink and yellow color, and these little clusters of gorgeous flowers are butterfly, bee and hummingbird magnets! They can be planted in a container garden, as a mass planting or even as a border plant. This lantana cultivar 'Ham and Eggs' is said to be more drought and winter tolerant. Hardy to Zone 7!

Zones: 7 - 10

Size: 24"H x 24"S

Light: Full Sun

Bloom: Pink, Yellow and Cream, Spring to Summer

Uses: A perfect companion to any flower bed, used as a shrub or hedge where lantanas are tender perennial

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

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Colorful and beautiful May 31, 2017
Reviewer: Susan Weintrob from Charleston, SC United States  
The Lantana Ham and Eggs adds color and cheer to a front garden bed. Lots of flowers and healthy.  Pretty careful to grow.

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Lantana Ham and Eggs November 28, 2016
Reviewer: Kathy from Philadelphia, PA United States  
Planted this in the spring and just love it. The colors of the flowers are beautiful and it's a prolific grower, really filled in the spot. Have cut it back several times away from my air conditioner and it doesn't negatively affect the plant.  Am looking forward to next spring to see how it weathers our NE winters.

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