Canna Rose

Canna Rose
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Canna (Canna Lily) Rose, Canna x generalis ‘Tropical Rose’, is a compact dwarf canna that has an upright growth, lush green foliage, and spectacular rose pink flowers! It prefers moist soil in full sun. Cut back to ground level after flowering; north of zone 7, dig up the rhizomes just after frost kills the foliage. Dry them out and store them in a cool, lightly moist peat moss until the early spring. Plant this canna outside after all danger of frost is past, and it will soon begin its summer show! Tropical Rose is easy to grow in most areas of the USA as long as it receives at least 6-8 hours average sunlight during the summer. Use this canna in combination planters, mass plantings or low flower beds. It prefers warm and humid conditions and can be used along the margins of ponds too. To encourage rebloom, remove spent flowers. Canna Tropical Rose will certainly add stunning colors to your garden with its blooms and lush foliage..

Bronze Scarlet Canna

Bronze Scarlet Canna
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Canna (Canna Lily) Bronze Scarlet, Canna generalis ‘Bronze Scarlet’, is a tropical dwarf plant with beautiful rich, 4” scarlet red flowers over dramatic bronze-burgundy foliage. Canna Bronze Scarlet is a naturally dwarf Canna that readily produces offsets and this creates a full plant with many flower spikes. Although Canna ‘Bronze Scarlet’ is a tropical plant, it is easy to grow in most areas of the USA as long as it receives at least 6-8 hours average sunlight during the summer. Use this canna in combination planters, mass plantings or flower beds. It prefers warm and humid conditions and can be used along the margins of ponds too. To encourage rebloom, remove spent flowers; dig rhizomes after first frost and store in a cool dry place. Quick to germinate, it grows rapidly in warm conditions. Canna Bronze Scarlet will certainly add a brilliant color to your garden!.

Yellow Canna

Yellow Canna
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Canna Yellow, Canna flaccida ‘Yellow’, produces very attractive pale, canary yellow petals that are speckled with oranges splashes. The flowers grow in clusters at the top of long stalks, and the lip of the flower is wavy. Flowers emerge in the evening, but wither in the heat of the following day. This canna is easy to grow in the USA as long as it can enjoy at least 6-8 hours average sunlight during the summer. Plant a clump of yellow cannas next to a garden pond to add color and structure; also a great plant for low beds, borders and specimen plantings! Yellow canna thrives in areas with moist soil or in locations where you will be able to water during dry periods. Cut back to ground level after flowering; north of zone 7, dig up the rhizomes just after frost kills the foliage. Dry them out and store them in a cool, lightly moist peat moss until the early spring. Plant this canna outside after all danger of frost is past and it will soon begin its summer show!.

Canna Salmon

Canna Salmon
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Canna Salmon, Canna ‘Pfitzer’s Salmon Pink’, not only displays large soft salmon pink flowers with yellow at the throat, but also shows off its large tropical green leaves all summer long! With a compact habit and shorter height, this beautiful Salmon, with its gorgeous flowers and distinct foliage, becomes a standout in any sunny area! It is easy to grow in most areas of the USA as long as it can enjoy at least 6-8 hours average sunlight during the summer. This canna loves the summer heat and moisture, but need good winter drainage. What a great dwarf plant for low beds, borders and specimen plantings! Cut back to ground level after flowering; north of zone 7, dig up the rhizomes just after frost kills the foliage. Dry them out and store them in a cool, lightly moist peat moss until the early spring. Plant this canna outside after all danger of frost is past, and it will soon begin its summer show!.