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(Canna, Canna Lily, Gold Ader Canna)

This canna cultivar, 'Gold Ader,' is a dwarf, tropical to sub-tropical perennial grown for its orange flowers on tall stalks and vibrant leaves striped in yellowish-green and red. The flowers, which are orange and red in bud, bloom from late spring to early fall. This dwarf canna delivers all the tropical pizzazz of its larger relatives in a size better suited to many gardens. Like most cannas, it may be grown as a perennial in tropical regions, or a tender perennial in temperate regions.

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(Canna, Canna Lily, Intrigue Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial with fleshy rhizomes (underground stems), ‘Intrigue’ canna is exceptionally tall and thin, with a central stalk clasped by large, tapered, upright purplish-gray leaves and topped by orange flowers above the leaves. The flowers open in succession, continue from spring into autumn, and attract hummingbirds. Cut spent stems before they make seeds to encourage the growth of new stems and prolong flowering.

In temperate zones, cannas are grown as annuals. Their rhizomes...

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Mark Kane

(Canna, Canna Lily, Jamboree Yellow Spot Canna)

Canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plant that may be grown as a perennial in tropical regions or tender perennial in temperate regions. The dwarf 'Jamboree Yellow Spot' was introduced by Ball Seed Company and has large, showy, lily-like flowers of yellow with orange-red spots and markings. These play beautifully against its bold dark green leaves. This vigorous, floriferous variety is also resistant to leaf roller insects, which deform Canna foliage.

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(Canna, Canna Lily, Kansas City Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial with fleshy rhizomes (underground stems), ‘Kansas City’ canna has large upright leaves, striped in chartreuse and blue-green, on a stalk topped by golden yellow flowers. The flowers open in succession, continue from spring into autumn, and attract hummingbirds. Cut spent stems before they make seeds to encourage the growth of new stems and prolong flowering.

Native to South and Central America, cannas are grown as annuals in temperate zones. Their rhizomes are dug...

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Jesse Saylor

(Canna, Tropicanna Black Canna, Tropicanna™ Black Canna)

Dark, tropical-looking foliage makes this Canna a superior selection for dramatic planting design.

Cannas are easy-to-grow, large, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plants. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, they are grown as perennials and in colder regions they are commonly grown as vigorous tender perennials,

The exciting Tropicanna™ Black features very dark purple, nearly black leaves that fade slightly...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Lucifer Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial with fleshy rhizomes (underground stems), ‘Lucifer’ canna grows in dense, slightly dwarf clumps of upright green leaves that produce several bare stalks topped by clusters of flowers with red petals outlined in yellow. The flowers open in succession, continue from spring into autumn, and attract hummingbirds. Cut spent stems to the highest leaf before the spent flowers make seeds to encourage the growth of new stems and prolong flowering.

Native to South and Central...

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Anthony Tesselaar, USA

(Canna, Tropicanna Gold Canna, Tropicanna™ Gold Canna)

Bright, tropical looking foliage and colorful flowers make this canna a superior selection for dramatic planting design.

Cannas are easy-to-grow large tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plants. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, they are grown as perennials and in colder regions they are commonly grown as vigorous tender perennials.

The exciting Tropicanna™ Gold features sunny leaves with alternating yellow and...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Maudie Malcom Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial with fleshy rhizomes (underground stems), ‘Maudie Malcolm’ canna grows as a spreading clump of large, upright green leaves from which smooth stalks arise topped by clusters of cerise-pink flowers with large petals. The flowers open in succession, continue from spring into autumn, and attract hummingbirds. Prune spent stems to the highest leaf before the spent flowers make seeds to encourage the growth of new stems and prolong flowering.

Native to South and Central...

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Grandiflora

(Canna, Canna Lily, Miss Oklahoma Canna)

This pretty dwarf canna has large, lily-like flowers of coral-pink and bold leaves of blue-green. The blooms appear atop strong upright stems that stand above the foliage.

Cannas are easy-to-grow large tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plants. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, they are grown as perennials and in colder regions they are commonly grown as vigorous tender perennials.

Canna is amazingly adaptable....

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Jessie Keith

(Canna, Canna Lily, Mohawk Canna Lily)

The bright tangerine orange flowers of ‘Mohawk’ glow against its huge, bronzy purple leaves. This heirloom cultivar was first made available in 1928 and Introduced by Antoine Wintzer of The Conard & Jones Co., West Grove, Pennsylvania. ' It matures to a medium size and bears beautifully formed, almost lily-like, orange flowers throughout the growing season. The flowers open in the morning, attract insect pollinators and hummingbirds and are self-cleaning, meaning they fall from the plants cleanly...