You may have either the purple lantana or the multi-colored lantana. Most of it died back during the winter. But where to cut? What if I cut it back too far. Will I kill it? Even in February you still have time.
|This is lantana that has been cut back. Notice how the new growth (late January or early February just after a warm spell) is growing now. It is growing from "joints" along the stems we prefer to call "nodes". These are places which can have alot of plant tissue that can regrow after the plant has been damaged. In this case it is "damage" either by winter cold or by pruning. Cut lantana back close to the ground so that you leave at least two "joints" left sticking up out of the ground.|