Three-Leaved Lantana is a plant we grew at the Oklahoma Gardening studio garden back in the late 1990’s. I had not seen it anywhere in years but was delighted to recently find it again. People love its lavender-by interesting and attractive fruit clusters. They sort of look like miniature bunches of grapes. Some sources list them as edible while others list them as toxic. Other lavender/purple Lantanas are trailing plants whereas this species is upright, providing great perching spots for butterflies. This easy-to-grow plant gets its name from the 3 leaves whorled around each node along its stems.