Sellow's Lantana

  • Sellow's Lantana
  • Sellow's Lantana
  • Sellow's Lantana


Discover the exotic beauty of Sellow’s Lantana

Lantana sellowiana, otherwise known as Sellow’s Lantana, trailing lantana or weeping lantana, is a dazzlingly beautiful and vivacious tropical plant. Native to South America, this brightly coloured beauty is well-loved at our four-star campsite Les Jardins de La Pascalinette ® for its ability to attract butterflies and brighten up our gardens.

What makes Sellow’s Lantana so special are its magnificent multi-coloured flowers, grouped in dense, spherical clusters. Ranging from bright yellow to orange or bright pink to deep red, their varied shades add a cheerful touch to every garden.

Another butterfly favourite

But the charm of Sellow’s Lantana doesn’t stop there. This plant is also very hardy and easy to look after, making it an ideal choice for amateur gardeners and those seeking an undemanding plant. It thrives in well-drained, sunny soils, but can also tolerate a bit of shade. It is therefore particularly popular in the Var area, French Riviera-Côte d’Azur, where you’re sure to come across it during your escapades in Nos Coins de Paradis ® (Our Corners of Paradise)!

Another interesting aspect of Sellow’s Lantana is its ability to attract butterflies. The nectar-rich flowers of this plant are a vital food source for many butterfly species, making it a valuable ally to gardeners keen to preserve the environment – including of course our eco-friendly campsite gardeners!

Sellow’s Lantana is a captivating exotic plant, bringing an explosion of colour and life to gardens around the world.


Latin name :Lantana Sellowiana
Family :Verbénacées
Color :Pink, mauve or yellow
Origin :South America
Foliage :Evergreen
Port :Climbing, ground cover
Height :60 cm
Flowering :July-October
Sellow's Lantana

Did you know?

Sellow was the botanist who first brought the flower back to England in the 19th century.