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West Indian Lantana

Lantana camara

Description:

very beautiful flowers; outer flowers are pink, middle flowers are white, and central flowers are orange; about five petals per flower; leaves are textured; stems are short; tend to grow in clumps

Habitat:

They seem to like the shade; they didn't grow out in the open. I only saw them in certain areas.

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2 Comments

marta vázquez
marta vázquez 10 years ago

Yes, it is Lantana camara. The plant is very pretty but also very invasive. Best regards.

injica
injica 10 years ago

I think it is...but these leaves seems more shiny,...sorry I'm not a botanic so I cant say for sure, anyway next time please paste the web page instead just asking me to check!
good luck with the plant

Anna24
Spotted by
Anna24

Texas, USA

Spotted on Mar 26, 2012
Submitted on Mar 26, 2012

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