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Luscious Citron Lantana soft-pedaling yellow into your heart
Luscious Citron Lantana soft-pedaling yellow into your heart

This Giant Swallowtail, North America’s largest butterfly is seen feeding on Luscious Citron lantana.

Luscious Citron Lantana soft-pedaling yellow into your heart

This combination featuring Luscious Citron lantana, Truffula Pink gomphrena and Augusta Lavender heliotrope was a hit at the Young’s Plant Farm 2021 Garden Tour in Auburn, Ala.

Luscious Citron Lantana soft-pedaling yellow into your heart

The soft yellow blooms of Luscious Citron lantana also bring in the Spicebush Swallowtail butterflies for frequent visits. Photos by Norman Winter

Luscious Citron Lantana soft-pedaling yellow into your heart

When I was asked to trial the new Luscious Citron lantana, my first thought was, “Why in the world do we need another yellow lantana?” But now, six months later, I know the answer. You’re thinking you know the answer, and it has to do with butterflies. I’ll get to ...

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