[ US /ɫænˈtænə/ ]
  1. a flowering shrub
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How To Use lantana In A Sentence

  • When he hid in the lantana jungle, they formed lines of beaters, and through lantana jungle and guava scrub they drove him like a rabbit. Koolau the Leper
  • With welcome relief on his face, he removed the lei hala from his neck, and, with a sniff and a sigh, tossed it into concealment in the thick lantana by the side of the road. SHIN-BONES
  • Should I trim verbena and lantana to encourage flowering?
  • After Ms. Ternes made her feelings known, I didn't have the courage to suggest there might be an alternative to both begonias and lantana, whatever lantana is. Bemoaning the Begonias
  • Majesty King Mswati III, at which he presented a grant of pesticides to control invader plants, such as lantana, in the reserve. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • They are especially concentrated on getting control of the expanding problems caused by fast growing plants such as guava (Psidiun guajava), quinine (Chinchona succirubra), lantana shrub (Lantana camara) and elephant grass (Chinchona succirubra). Galápagos Islands xeric scrub
  • The present serious damage to biodiversity comes from conventional invasive species like woody species, lantana, bugweed and pompom.
  • John, who lives at Sunset Beach, says his colourful front garden - full of bougainvillea, roses and lantanas - will give Steve's tropical paradise a run for its money.
  • Although there are relatively few introduced species present on Fraser Island in comparison to other mainland areas, there are extensive and widespread infestations of groundsel Baccharis halimolia and lantana Lantana camara, while species such as bitou bush Chrysanthemoides monilifera rotundata, sisal hemp Agave sisalana, and Easter cassia Senna pendula glabrata are significant localized problems. Fraser Island, Australia
  • The men of Lantana are generally inarticulate and choked with unexpressed emotion; they are the ones least equipped for disappointment.
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