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LANTANA 24 VARIETIES LISTED HERE ANNUAL/PERENNIAL TROPICAL Z 9+
Base Price: $4.95

LANTANA 24 VARIETIES LISTED HERE ANNUAL/PERENNIAL TROPICAL Z 9+Most repopulate themselves after winter...do not die completely.

IF YOU GET MIXED UP ON COLORS, JUST TELL ME THE NAME OF THE COLOR YOU WANT VIA EMAIL AND I WILL LET YOU KNOW IF IT IS IN STOCK AND IN WHAT SIZES AT THE TIME. THEN WE CAN HANDLE THE PAYMENT VIA EMAIL ALSO. JT


  • We feature 24 varieties of Lantana which are listed here.
  • They are numbered and the numbers correspond to the number of the picture from left to right(Example: 1,2,3,4,5=1st row of pictures left to right are 1,2,3,4,5....2nd row starts with #5 picture/plant name.
  • Right now we carry these in some Starter Plugs, but mostly in 3" pots, and some 1 gal.
  • We offer also bundles of 6, bundles of 12, and a bundle of all the colors when available.
  • We offer the larger usually later in the season and smaller earlier in the season.
LIST OF LANTANA:
Old Traditional Red & Yellow, Orange Sherbet, Pink Blush, Confetti, Dallas, Florida Mound Fuchsia, Irene, Miss Huff, New Gold, Samantha(variegated leaves),
Trailing Lavender, Trailing White, Bright Orange, Bright Pink, Buttercup, Nugget Wagon Wheel, Knee High, Gold Magic Hour, Orange Bicolor,
Pinky, Salsa, Dark Purple, Cream, Dwf Raspberry.

IF YOU GET MIXED UP, JUST TELL ME WHAT COLOR YOU WANT VIA EMAIL AND I WILL LET YOU KNOW IF IT IS IN STOCK AND IN WHAT SIZES AT THE TIME. THEN WE CAN HANDLE THE PAYMENT VIA EMAIL ALSO. JT


    NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS 'RUTH' ANNUAL TROPICAL Z 9+
    Base Price: $6.95

    NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS 'RUTH' ANNUAL TROPICAL Z 9+

    New Guinea impatiens are multicolor annual flowers.
    New Guinea impatiens is a species of the vast genus impatiens, which flower in all colors (except true blue and yellow). The New Guinea impatiens was discovered on a plant hunting expedition to Southeast Asia. The growing habits of impatiens make them ideal low-maintenance plants. Many impatiens varieties were originally stowaways on trading ships from Africa and naturalized in Central and South America.
    Description of New Guinea impatiens: New Guinea impatiens form compact, succulent subshrubs with branches growing 1 to 2 feet tall by summer's end. Leaves are long and narrow, green, bronze, or purple. Flowers, growing up to 2 inches in diameter, are white, pink, lavender, purple, orange, and red.
    Growing New Guinea impatiens: Fertile, moist soil high in organic matter is preferred by New Guinea impatiens. They are more sun-loving than the other impatiens. They will tolerate more sun if their roots are kept moist. Incorporate a slow-release fertilizer into the soil before planting. They should only be planted after the danger of frost has passed and the ground has warmed. Space 9 to 15 inches apart.
    Propagating New Guinea impatiens: By seed or by cuttings. Only two varieties of New Guinea impatiens are available from seed so far. Sow 10 to 12 weeks before planting outside. Germinate at 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not cover, since seeds need light to germinate, but mist to keep moist. Cuttings root quickly and easily in 2 to 3 weeks.
    Uses for New Guinea impatiens: Impatiens should be used in masses of color in beds and borders. Cluster three or more in groups beside garden features. Plant them in containers and in hanging baskets.

    Plants are shipped out on Mondays,Tuesdays,Wednesdays, and sometimes on Saturdays...according to when the auction ends and payment received. Payment is due IMMEDIATELY at auction end thru PayPal. Therefore, late payment means slower shipping for you and plant possibly sold to secondary buyer, UNLESS YOU MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH ME VIA EBAY EMAIL. I take great care in wrapping plants to assure they arrive safely, but sometimes the Post Office gets careless and damages the package. I only ship plants to lower 48 states, no international shipping, don't ask!
    If there is any problem, WE HAVE A 14-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE-SIMPLY RETURN THE PLANT IN GOOD CONDITION AND WE REFUND YOUR MONEY…email me with questions or problems.
    ONCE THE PLANTS LEAVE MY POSSESSION I CAN NOT GUARANTEE ANYTHING AND YOU NEED TO TAKE UP SHIPPING PROBLEMS WITH THE POST OFFICE…. DUE TO TOO MANY VARIABLES SUCH AS POST OFFICE HANDLING, HEAT, AND COLD.

    SHIPPING AND HANDLING IS FLAT $8.50. I COMBINE SHIPPING ON MOST AUCTIONS...of this size an added $3 per purchase beyond the 1st Orchid purchased example: 2 purchases=$8.50+5=$13.50.(EXCEPTIONS ARE LARGER PLANTS AND THERE WILL BE A DIFFERENCE IN SHIPPING SHOWN OR MENTIONED)
    * ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS, SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL TRY TO ANSWER YOU. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN OUR FARM!!!!
    JT FROM GREATER NEW WAVERLY, TEXAS!!!
    NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS 'ELIZABETH' ANNUAL TROPICAL Z 9+
    Base Price: $6.95

    NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS 'ELIZABETH' ANNUAL TROPICAL Z 9+

    New Guinea impatiens are multicolor annual flowers.
    New Guinea impatiens is a species of the vast genus impatiens, which flower in all colors (except true blue and yellow). The New Guinea impatiens was discovered on a plant hunting expedition to Southeast Asia. The growing habits of impatiens make them ideal low-maintenance plants. Many impatiens varieties were originally stowaways on trading ships from Africa and naturalized in Central and South America.
    Description of New Guinea impatiens: New Guinea impatiens form compact, succulent subshrubs with branches growing 1 to 2 feet tall by summer's end. Leaves are long and narrow, green, bronze, or purple. Flowers, growing up to 2 inches in diameter, are white, pink, lavender, purple, orange, and red.
    Growing New Guinea impatiens: Fertile, moist soil high in organic matter is preferred by New Guinea impatiens. They are more sun-loving than the other impatiens. They will tolerate more sun if their roots are kept moist. Incorporate a slow-release fertilizer into the soil before planting. They should only be planted after the danger of frost has passed and the ground has warmed. Space 9 to 15 inches apart.
    Propagating New Guinea impatiens: By seed or by cuttings. Only two varieties of New Guinea impatiens are available from seed so far. Sow 10 to 12 weeks before planting outside. Germinate at 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not cover, since seeds need light to germinate, but mist to keep moist. Cuttings root quickly and easily in 2 to 3 weeks.
    Uses for New Guinea impatiens: Impatiens should be used in masses of color in beds and borders. Cluster three or more in groups beside garden features. Plant them in containers and in hanging baskets.

    Plants are shipped out on Mondays,Tuesdays,Wednesdays, and sometimes on Saturdays...according to when the auction ends and payment received. Payment is due IMMEDIATELY at auction end thru PayPal. Therefore, late payment means slower shipping for you and plant possibly sold to secondary buyer, UNLESS YOU MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH ME VIA EBAY EMAIL. I take great care in wrapping plants to assure they arrive safely, but sometimes the Post Office gets careless and damages the package. I only ship plants to lower 48 states, no international shipping, don't ask!
    If there is any problem, WE HAVE A 14-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE-SIMPLY RETURN THE PLANT IN GOOD CONDITION AND WE REFUND YOUR MONEY…email me with questions or problems.
    ONCE THE PLANTS LEAVE MY POSSESSION I CAN NOT GUARANTEE ANYTHING AND YOU NEED TO TAKE UP SHIPPING PROBLEMS WITH THE POST OFFICE…. DUE TO TOO MANY VARIABLES SUCH AS POST OFFICE HANDLING, HEAT, AND COLD.

    SHIPPING AND HANDLING IS FLAT $8.50. I COMBINE SHIPPING ON MOST AUCTIONS...of this size an added $3 per purchase beyond the 1st Orchid purchased example: 2 purchases=$8.50+5=$13.50.(EXCEPTIONS ARE LARGER PLANTS AND THERE WILL BE A DIFFERENCE IN SHIPPING SHOWN OR MENTIONED)
    * ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS, SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL TRY TO ANSWER YOU. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN OUR FARM!!!!
    JT FROM GREATER NEW WAVERLY, TEXAS!!!
    NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS 'AUGUST' ANNUAL TROPICAL Z 9+
    Base Price: $6.95

    NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS 'ELIZABETH' ANNUAL TROPICAL Z 9+

    New Guinea impatiens are multicolor annual flowers.
    New Guinea impatiens is a species of the vast genus impatiens, which flower in all colors (except true blue and yellow). The New Guinea impatiens was discovered on a plant hunting expedition to Southeast Asia. The growing habits of impatiens make them ideal low-maintenance plants. Many impatiens varieties were originally stowaways on trading ships from Africa and naturalized in Central and South America.
    Description of New Guinea impatiens: New Guinea impatiens form compact, succulent subshrubs with branches growing 1 to 2 feet tall by summer's end. Leaves are long and narrow, green, bronze, or purple. Flowers, growing up to 2 inches in diameter, are white, pink, lavender, purple, orange, and red.
    Growing New Guinea impatiens: Fertile, moist soil high in organic matter is preferred by New Guinea impatiens. They are more sun-loving than the other impatiens. They will tolerate more sun if their roots are kept moist. Incorporate a slow-release fertilizer into the soil before planting. They should only be planted after the danger of frost has passed and the ground has warmed. Space 9 to 15 inches apart.
    Propagating New Guinea impatiens: By seed or by cuttings. Only two varieties of New Guinea impatiens are available from seed so far. Sow 10 to 12 weeks before planting outside. Germinate at 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not cover, since seeds need light to germinate, but mist to keep moist. Cuttings root quickly and easily in 2 to 3 weeks.
    Uses for New Guinea impatiens: Impatiens should be used in masses of color in beds and borders. Cluster three or more in groups beside garden features. Plant them in containers and in hanging baskets.

    Plants are shipped out on Mondays,Tuesdays,Wednesdays, and sometimes on Saturdays...according to when the auction ends and payment received. Payment is due IMMEDIATELY at auction end thru PayPal. Therefore, late payment means slower shipping for you and plant possibly sold to secondary buyer, UNLESS YOU MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH ME VIA EBAY EMAIL. I take great care in wrapping plants to assure they arrive safely, but sometimes the Post Office gets careless and damages the package. I only ship plants to lower 48 states, no international shipping, don't ask!
    If there is any problem, WE HAVE A 14-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE-SIMPLY RETURN THE PLANT IN GOOD CONDITION AND WE REFUND YOUR MONEY…email me with questions or problems.
    ONCE THE PLANTS LEAVE MY POSSESSION I CAN NOT GUARANTEE ANYTHING AND YOU NEED TO TAKE UP SHIPPING PROBLEMS WITH THE POST OFFICE…. DUE TO TOO MANY VARIABLES SUCH AS POST OFFICE HANDLING, HEAT, AND COLD.

    SHIPPING AND HANDLING IS FLAT $8.50. I COMBINE SHIPPING ON MOST AUCTIONS...of this size an added $3 per purchase beyond the 1st Orchid purchased example: 2 purchases=$8.50+5=$13.50.(EXCEPTIONS ARE LARGER PLANTS AND THERE WILL BE A DIFFERENCE IN SHIPPING SHOWN OR MENTIONED)
    * ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS, SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL TRY TO ANSWER YOU. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN OUR FARM!!!!
    JT FROM GREATER NEW WAVERLY, TEXAS!!!
    PERSIAN SHIELD-Strobilanthes Perennial Irridescent Violet with Green Edged-Veined Foliage Zone 8a
    Base Price: $9.95

    PERSIAN SHIELD-Strobilanthes Perennial Irridescent Violet with Green Edged-Veined Foliage Zone 8a

    • Picture is actual plant...only few in stock
    • Perennial fairly cold hardy-freezes back in East Texas and then comes back
    • Strobilanthes
    • 2-4 feet at maturity but sometimes needs staking
    • Does best in Sunny to Semi-shade locations
    • Zone 8a Tropical-freezes back, but comes back as perennial...don't know how low it can go, but in Texas has frozen back and comes back!
    • This offering is for a quart