Lantana. - One of the ancient names of the Laburnum, which this resembles a little in foliage. The species are all green-house plants, but flower finely in the garden. They are rapid growers, and free flowerers, and readily increased by cuttings. They form small bushes, with pink, yellow, orange, or changeable heads of flowers. L. Sellowii, with orange flowers, changeable to scarlet, is the finest for the garden. A small plant, put out the first of June, will increase to a large size at the close of the season, and be in continual bloom. This is too large for beds, but fine for grouping.