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brian
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Can anyone identify this plant?

I have this plant and i don't know what it is. Any thoughts would be most appreciated. Thank you and God bless, Brian. :D
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poke salad annie
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i believe that it's a pink cultivar of Lantana..does the foliage have a scent when crushed?

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You are bang on! Thank you very much and welcome to the forum, I can see that you will be a valuable asset. Have a great day and God bless, Brian.
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You got Lantana to grow in Ontario? Wow, I'm impressed!
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NicoleB
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Lantana

I have a beautiful Lantana with different shades of yellow and orange. I am wondering about bringing it indoors for the winter. What about you? Do you think it will survive?
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Nicole, post your question as a "new topic" either in this forum or in the woody plants or perennials, so that everyone will see it. You'll get a faster answer that way. BTW, welcome to HG!
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