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(Canna, Canna Lily, Liberty Pink Splash Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial, ‘Pink Splash’ is a medium-sized canna. It grows as a clump of upright green leaves from which smooth stalks arise topped by clusters of large flowers with coral pink petals that lighten at the base to yellow with orange spots. 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...

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Grandiflora

(Canna, Canna Lily, Pink Sunburst Canna)

The compact canna 'Pink Sunburst' has clusters of pink lily-like flowers offset by brilliant striped foliage with striations of dark green, red, orange and yellow. The blooms appear atop strong upright stems that stand above the foliage. It is arguably one of the best cultivars for bright leaf coloration and garden interest.

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....

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Canna, Canna Lily, President Canna)

The dwarf canna ’President’ has large lily-like flowers of fiery orange-red, with a hint of yellow, and bold leaves of gray-green to blue-green. The clusters of 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...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Princess Di Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial, ‘Princess Di’ is a medium-height canna with huge flowers. It grows as a clump of upright green leaves from which leafy stalks arise topped by clusters of flowers with creamy-peach petals that lighten to yellow at the base. The flowers open in succession and continue from spring into autumn. 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 America, cannas...

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Mark Kane

(Canna, Canna Lily, Red Dazzler Canna)

The tall canna ‘Red Dazzler’ has lily-like flowers of sunny orange-red and bold leaves of bright 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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Grandiflora

(Canna, Canna Lily, Futurity Red Canna)

The dwarf 'Red Futurity' has large lily-like flowers of vibrant red and bold leaves of plum to burgundy.

Canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical, herbaceous or evergreen plant that may be grown as a perennial in tropical regions or tender perennial in temperate regions. The clump-forming plants are borne from thick fleshy rhizomes that are easy to transplant and divide. These give rise to large leaves and upright stems topped with clusters of lily-like flowers.

Canna are...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Canna, Canna Lily, Red King Humbert Canna)

The rich red flowers of ‘Red King Humbert’ contrast beautifully with the dark burgundy foliage of this tall Canna.

Cannas are easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical, herbaceous or evergreen plants that may be grown as perennials in tropical regions or tender perennials in temperate regions. They are borne from thick fleshy rhizomes that are easy to transplant and divide. These give rise to large leaves and tall upright stems topped with lily-like flowers.

Canna are...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Red Velvet Canna)

A compact, upright perennial with fleshy rhizomes (underground stems), ‘Red Velvet’ canna is admired for its large leaves, which are green overlain with maroon or a chocolaty brown. The flower stems and flower buds are also dark, ranging from a brown to a maroon-brown, and the flowers are long-petaled, loose and dark pink.

The thick fleshy rhizomes of cannas transplant and divide easily. In temperate zones, they may be dug and brought into a cool, dry garage or basement to overwinter and then...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Red Wine Canna)

The vibrant red flowers of ‘Red Wine’ contrast beautifully with the dark burgundy foliage of this compact Canna.

Cannas are easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical, herbaceous or evergreen plants that may be grown as perennials in tropical regions or tender perennials in temperate regions. They are borne from thick fleshy rhizomes that are easy to transplant and divide. These give rise to large leaves and tall upright stems topped with lily-like flowers. Dwarf cultivars, like ‘Red...

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Grandiflora

(Canna, Canna Lily, Richard Wallace Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial, ‘Richard Wallace’ is a medium to tall canna, very widely grown for its vigor and bright flowers. It grows as a clump of upright green leaves from which leafy stalks arise topped by clusters of flowers with lemon-yellow petals that are spotted orange at the base. The flowers open in succession and continue from spring into autumn. Prune spent stems to the highest leaf before the spent flowers make seeds to encourage the growth of new stems and prolong flowering.

Native...