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Lantana x 'New Gold'

New Gold Lantana


Lantana is a wildly popular landscape perennial in the Southwest for good reason: they are drought, heat, and cold tolerant, all while being very low maintenance. New Gold one of the more compact Lantanas, growing slightly taller than the trailing varieties, but not as wide. Spring through fall, this lush perennial is covered in small clusters of golden flowers, attracting butterflies and occasional hummingbirds. ‘New Gold’ is preferred for its seedless nature, longer and more prolific blooming season and superior cold tolerance.

USDA Zone Range

9 to 11

Mature Height

1-2 ft

Flower Color


Native Region

Tropical Americas, naturalized in Florida.



Soil Type

Planting Guidelines


Elevation Range

Mature Width

3-4 ft

Plant Type

Growth Habit

Mounding, very dense

Wildlife and Pollinators

Sunlight Requirements

Full Sun, Partial Shade

Water Requirements

Moderate Water, Drought Tolerant


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