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Jesse Saylor

(Canna, Canna Lily, Stuttgart Canna)

A flamboyant, tall tropical perennial, ‘Stuttgart’ canna stands out for the vivid variegation of its large, lance-shaped leaves, not its modest apricot flowers. The leaves are colored in curving sweeps between the veins in pale green, dusty green and dark green. The plant, like all cannas, grows as a clump of upright 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...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Liberty Sun 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, Tangelo Canna)

An eye-catching tropical-looking perennial, ‘Tangelo’ canna is notable for its flower color--a rich saffron 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 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 grown as annuals in temperate zones. Their...

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James Burghardt

(Canna, Canna Lily, Tropical Red Canna)

Canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plant. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, it is grown as an evergreen perennial and in colder regions it is revered as a vigorous tender perennial.

The cultivar 'Tropical Red' is known for its large, scarlet-red flowers, medium green foliage and dwarfed mature size. Its bold leaves offer a course texture to the garden, and its colorful almost lily-like blossoms...

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All-America Selections

(Canna, Canna Lily, Tropical Rose Canna)

Canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plant. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, it is grown as an evergreen perennial and in colder regions it is revered as a vigorous tender perennial.

The cultivar 'Tropical Rose' is known for its large, rosy-pink flowers, medium green foliage and dwarfed mature size. Its bold leaves offer a course texture to the garden, and its colorful almost lily-like blossoms...

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Grandiflora

(Canna, Canna Lily, Tropical Salmon Canna)

Canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plant. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, it is grown as an evergreen perennial and in colder regions it is revered as a vigorous tender perennial.

The dwarf cultivar 'Tropical Salmon' is known for its large, orange, peachy-pink flowers, medium green foliage and compact mature size. Its bold leaves offer a course texture to the garden, and its colorful almost...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Tropical White Canna)

Canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plant. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, it is grown as an evergreen perennial and in colder regions it is revered as a vigorous tender perennial.

The dwarf cultivar 'Tropical White' is known for its large creamy white flowers, medium green foliage and compact mature size. Its bold leaves offer a course texture to the garden, and its colorful almost lily-like...

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James Burghardt

(Canna, Canna Lily, Tropical Yellow Canna)

Canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plant. Most species originate from tropical America, but almost all cultivated varieties are hybrids. Where hardy, it is grown as an evergreen perennial and in colder regions it is revered as a vigorous tender perennial.

The dwarf cultivar 'Tropical Yellow' is known for its large bright yellow flowers touched with peachy pink spots, medium green foliage and compact mature size. Its bold leaves offer a course texture to the garden,...

(Canna, Canna Lily, Wine 'n' Roses Canna)

An eye-catching tropical perennial, ‘Wine ‘N’ Roses’ is unique among cannas for its combination of deep rose-pink flowers and burgundy leaves. It grows as a clump of large, upright leaves, unfurling from a rising stem eventually topped by clusters of tapered flower buds that open from spring into autumn. Prune 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 grown as annuals...

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James H. Schutte

(Canna, Canna Lily, Wyoming Canna)

The compact canna ‘Wyoming’ has large, lily-like flowers of fiery orange and bold leaves in hues of bronze, 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....