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(Canna, Canna Lily, Liberty™ Cantaloupe Canna)

Cannas are easy-to-grow, 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 dwarf members of the Liberty™ Series were bred by Jack Roberson of Grain Valley, Missouri. The vigorous, fast-growing plants are resistance to heat, rhizome rot and leaf roller worms. They come in an array...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Liberty™ Key Lime 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.

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(Canna, Canna Lily, Liberty™ Scarlet Canna)

Cannas are easy-to-grow, 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 dwarf members of the Liberty™ Series were bred by Jack Roberson of Grain Valley, Missouri. The vigorous, fast-growing plants are resistance to heat, rhizome rot and leaf roller worms. They come in an array...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Liberty™ Watermelon Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial, ‘Roblibwat’ is a canna notable for dwarf size, vigorous growth and watermelon pink flowers. It grows as a clump of upright green leaves with dark edges, unfurling from a rising stem eventually topped by clusters of flowers that 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 are...

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James H. Schutte

(Canna, Rose Futurity Canna)

The dwarf canna ‘Rose Futurity’ has showy lily-like flowers of rosy coral-pink and bold leaves of burgundy and dark 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...

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Grandiflora

(Canna, Canna Lily, Rosemund Coles Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial, ‘Rosemund Coles’ is notable for its flower color, a rich orange-red thinly edged in yellow, with the reverse of the petals all yellow. It grows as a clump of upright green leaves, unfurling from a rising stem eventually topped by clusters of tapered flower buds that open in succession 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...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Shining Pink Canna)

This pretty dwarf canna has bold leaves of dark purple-green and lily-like flowers of bright pink with a hint of orange in the center. 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....

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James H. Schutte

(Canna, Canna Lily, Stadt Fellbach Canna)

A tropical-looking perennial, ‘Stadt Fellbach’ is notable for its flower color, a pale apricot shading to cream yellow at the base of the petals. It grows as a clump of upright green leaves, unfurling from a rising stem eventually topped by clusters of tapered flower buds that open in succession 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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Jessie Keith

(Bengal Tiger Canna, Canna, Canna Lily, Pretoria Canna, Striped Canna)

One of the showiest of all cannas, ‘Striata’ (also called 'Pretoria' or 'Bengal Tiger') has brilliant yellow and green striped foliage and large, lily-like flowers of bright tangerine. 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...

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Grandiflora

(Canna, Canna Lily, Striped Beauty Canna)

The brilliant dwarf canna, ‘Striped Beauty’ has bold green leaves striped with creamy yellow and large, lily-like flowers that are red in bud and open to lemon yellow. 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...