With the hot, dry weather, I didn't have to mow but I roamed around exploring a bit and found this. Loved, LOVED discovering this...it's wild lantana growing along an old fence line at the front of our property!
I know many people don't like lantana for its invasive nature but hey, in our soil conditions, we'll take whatever grows AND gives us flowers at the same time! This is growing wild without watering, no one planted it in a freshly dug hole, and it's thriving.
So now my question is: Do you know if there are any easy ways to propagate this type of plant? Cuttings for example? Or divisions? Maybe a few stems and just a glass of water until roots pop out? I'd love to replicate it and plant it elsewhere on the property. I did cut some and put in in a jar of water but not sure if that will work.