How to Transplant Lantana Plants

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Transplanting Lantana plants requires a certain amount of preparation and safety to make sure that nothing bad happens to the plants during the process. Transplant Lantana plants with help from a gardening expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Chris Karl. I’m a horticulturalist with Ambius, and I’m here today at the beautiful Laguna Beach Nursery in Laguna Beach, California. And, I’m going to tell you how to transplant a Lantana plant. Lantana comes in many shades: Purple, a mixture of pink and yellow, yellow, orange, many shades, and it’s a very easy plant to care for. Lantana thrive in a warmer environment - zones 8 through 12 in the horticultural guides. So, make sure wherever you’re putting Lantana it’s getting plenty of sun. Before you transplant your Lantana, you can always put them in the ground. Make your hole big enough the Lantana’s going to go in. Or, if you’re doing it in a pot, make sure you’ve got plenty of potting soil into your pot before you remove the plant from the grow pot. When you remove the plant from the grow pot, you want to make sure that you are protecting the roots, so the roots here aren’t exposed too long to the air to dry them out. So, remove it fairly quickly, put it into the pot, make sure the soil is touching all the roots, and you’ve got a good spot for a Lantana plant. If it’s in the ground, same thing. I’m Chris Karl for Ambius, and that is how to transplant a Lantana plant.


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