Lantana depressa var. depressa, pineland lantana, is a rare South Florida beauty that is endemic to (found only in) Miami pine rocklands. It is highly endangered in part due to widespread planting of non-native Lantana camara. This species hybridizes with the rare native and “pure” forms are increasingly hard to find in Miami pine rocklands. Pineland lantana has a very low growth habit and does best in full sun to partial shade in well-drained areas. Flower clusters are bright yellow, fading to orange with age, and attract a wide variety of butterflies. A Connect to Protect Network Species!