When you get an email from your mother in law about a plant, you check it out. That was the case in mid-July, when mine said her lantana had stopped blooming and looked like it was dying. Upon inspection it looked a lot like insect damage (which it was), so I decided to use Bayer Advanced Tree and Shrub drench. Once I applied the drench on July 14, I told her to keep it watered and liquid feed it (she uses Miracle Grow Flower fertilizer that you dissolve in water) every week. Now, today when we went by, the New Gold Lantana was blooming, growing, and healthy. Let’s hope this planting will bloom until the first frost this fall.