Question by  Rashy (44)

How do I grow Lantana indoors?


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Depending on your climate, you can leave your Lantana outside. During the winter months, you can bring it inside to keep it living. It should be placed in another pot and pruned back some. Make sure that it has plenty of direct sunlight and water as needed. Sometimes, the blossoms will not come during the winter.


Answer by  Redhdz (527)

Layana can be grown from hanging baskets.And is very easy to grow. Does best if full sun but can tolerate partial sun. It is also called Yellow Sage and Red Sage. Water regularly. Fertilize once a month. Powdery mildew can happen if not enough light.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Lantana in hanging baskets look great inside year round. Give it at least four hours of sun per day. Water weekly, letting soil dry out between waterings, but make sure it doesn't dry out completely. Feed lantana every two weeks and continue feeding while plant produces buds. Southern windows work best. Cut back older plants.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Yes but the first thing you need to make sure of is that you have a pot that is big enough these plants do not do well at all if they get crowded in the pot or root bound in anyway. If you would like more details talk to them at your local greenhouse.


Answer by  heatherc1116 (16)

if you want to grow a lantana indoord you must keep the water moist for the first few weeks in order for it to grow.


Answer by  Anonymous

uh, do NOT keep it moist for weeks, the roots will rot.

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