SINCRONIA DE FLORAÃ‡ÃƒO ENTRE LANTANA CAMARA L. (VERBENACEAE) E PSITTACANTHUS CALYCULATUS (DC.) G. DON (LORANTHACEAE) OCORRENTES NAS DUNAS DE LA MANCHA, VERACRUZ, MEXICO
- Lantana Loves the Sun. Bender, Steve // Southern Living;Jul2005, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p61
Recommends the common lantana, Lantana camara, to gardeners who want blooms all summer without much maintenance. Characteristics of lantanas; Most popular shades of lantanas; Hardiness; Tips on caring for lantanas.
- LANTANA. // Know Your Poisonous Plants;1973, p43
The article presents information on lantana (Lantana camara) of the Vervain family. This colorful (to 6 feet high) shrub grows naturally in the dry woods of southeastern U.S. In moderate climates, lantana is widely cultivated as an outdoor ornamental. Frequently it is grown as a pot plant by...
- Lantana. // Flowers of Hawaii;2004, p8
This article presents a photograph of the Hawaiian flower Lantana, scientifically known as Lantana camara.
- Topically tropical. Einchcomb, Martin // Garden;Sep2012, Issue 9, p40
The article discusses the popularity of Lantana flowering plants among gardeners in Great Britain. It describes the flowers produced by the plants, which change color as they age. The suitability of Lantanas for patio pots, small gardens, and window boxes, and their attraction of pollinating...
- Dependable lantanas offer low maintenance and high visibility. Morgan, David // NMPRO - Nursery Management & Production;Oct2004, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p10
Provides information about the plant, Lantana. Landscape uses of the plant; Characteristics of the plant; Description of the most common species of Lantana.
- Chemical Compositions of Aerial Part Essential Oils of Lantana camara L. Chemotypes from Madagascar. Randrianalijaona, Jean-Aimé; Ramanoelina, Panja A. R.; Rasoarahona, Jean R. E.; Gaydou, Emile M. // Journal of Essential Oil Research;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p405
The chemical composition of 12 essential oil samples of the aerial parts of two flower color types of Lantana camara from Madagascar collected each month of the year, have been characterized by GC and GC/MS. The main components changed within the two flower color types. The pink-violet flower...
- Presence of two types of flowers with respect to nectar sugar in two gregariously flowering species. Anand, Chaitali; Umranikar, Chaitrali; Shintre, Pooja; Damle, Anuja; Kale, Janhavi; Joshi, Jahnavi; Watve, Milind // Journal of Biosciences;Jun2007, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p769
Many species of animal-pollinated flowers are known to vary widely in the nectar content of flowers. Some proportion of flowers in many species is apparently nectarless, and such flowers are believed to be 'cheaters'. Cheating may explain a part of the variability in nectar content. If cheating...
- A twist of color. M.S. // Horticulture;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p43
Several photographs of plants are presented, including the Coleus (solenostemon scutellarioides 'Fishnet Stockings'), Lantana camara 'Landmark Citrus' and spiderwort, and Sweet coneflower (Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers').
- Lantana Camara and Butterfly Abundance in an Urban Landscape: Benefits for Conservation or Species Invasion? Mukherjee, Swarnali; Banerjee, Soumyajit; Basu, Parthiba; Saha, GoutamK.; Aditya, Gautam // Ekologia (Bratislava) / Ecology (Bratislava);Dec2015, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p309
Urban landscapes host a range of diverse plants that, in turn, facilitate maintenance of different species of pollinators, including butterflies. In this context, the importance of Lantana camara, an invasive plant species, was assessed highlighting its role in maintenance of butterfly...