Looking for lantana, available - Knowledgebase Question

San Jose, CA
Question by lgleaton2
January 22, 2007
Hi,

One of our customers is requesting a Lantana Patriot Cherry. Can you tell me where to find/order?

Originally they requested Lantana Robpatcow and changed to this. Doesn't seem to be much difference. Can you suggest something close that is available, if you don't have the patriot cherry?

Thank you,

Lisa


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Answer from NGA
January 22, 2007

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The flower color is the same, but Patriot Cherry has a more spreading growth habit; Robpatcow is more upright, but both have compact growth habits. As you've discovered, not all nurseries carry all plants at all times. Most nursery stock is delivered in early spring for summer sales. This late in the winter you're not likely to find many plants - especially new introductions - in many nurseries. I can only suggest you keep contacting your local nurseries about availability. Ask to speak to the manager - that might expedite things. Local retailers include:
COUNTY BUILDING MATERIALS
2927 S. KING ROAD
SAN JOSE, CA 95122
(408) 274-7815

COUNTY BUILDING MATERIALS
8470 MONTEREY ROAD
SAN JOSE, CA 95122
(408) 210-7065

SUMMERWINDS NURSERY #51
4606 ALMADEN EXPRESSWAY
SAN JOSE, CA 95118
(408) 266-4440
http://www.summerwindsnursery....

SUMMERWINDS NURSERY
1506 DELL AVE., UNIT A
CAMPBELL, CA 95008
(408) 866-0970

SUMMERWINDS NURSERY #58
2460 WINCHESTER BLVD.
CAMPBELL, CA 95008
(408) 866-0171
http://www.summerwindsnursery....

SUMMERWINDS NURSERY #72
861 E. EL CAMINO REAL
SUNNYVALE, CA 94087
(408) 245-4532
http://www.summerwindsnursery....

ALMADEN VALLEY NURSERY
15800 ALMADEN EXPRESSWAY
SAN JOSE, CA 95120
(408) 997-1234

SUMMERWINDS NURSERY #59
1491 S. DE ANZA BLVD.
CUPERTINO, CA 95014
(408) 996-8355
http://www.summerwindsnursery....


Best wishes with your project!

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