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James H. Schutte

(Canna, Canna Lily, Yellow Futurity Canna)

This dwarf selection has large, lily-like flowers of lemon yellow and bold leaves of medium green.

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 amazingly...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Canna, Canna Lily, Yellow Humbert Canna)

Brilliant flowers with yellow outer petals spotted with orange and brilliant orangish red inner petals decorate 'Yellow King Humbert' in the heat of summer. The vibrant flowers of this compact cultivar contrast nicely with its waxy green leaves that are sometimes touched with purple.

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...

Image of Canna (FUTURITY SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Canna, Canna Lily)

Canna in the Futurity Series are easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical, herbaceous to evergreen plants that may be grown as perennials in tropical regions or tender perennials in temperate zones. These canna and have dwarf statures, large, showy, lily-like flowers of red, pink, orange, rose or yellow and bold leaves of green, bronze, and burgundy. These are everblooming and "self-cleaning" in that flowers fall to the ground after they are spent.

Canna have thick fleshy rhizomes that transplant...

(Canna, Canna Lily)

The Grand Opera series cannas are grown for their racemes of peach, pink, or rose flowers rising from towering clumps of huge green leaves. Cannas are easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plants that may be grown as perennials in tropical regions or tender perennials in temperate regions.

Grow these cannas in full sun and fertile soil. Wait until early summer to plant them outdoors. Keep them well watered. Deadhead from the base of the flower stalk to encourage continued blooms....

(Canna, Canna Lily)

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)

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 compact members of the Pfitzer Series have large leaves of green or dark purple. There are several cultivars in this series with variable flower colors to include coral, pink, red and a yellow and red bicolor....

(Canna, Canna Lily)

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,

Members of the Tropical Series have large, medium green leaves and a dwarfed mature size. There are several cultivars in this series with variable flower colors to include red, rose, salmon, white and yellow....

Image of Canna (TROPICANNA™ SERIES) photo by: Anthony Tesselaar, USA

Anthony Tesselaar, USA

(Canna, Tropicanna™ Canna)

Canna are easy-to-grow, tropical to sub-tropical herbaceous plants that are grown as perennials or tender perennials. Selections from the Tropicanna Series are known for their exciting foliage and vivid flowers.

The foliage of Tropicanna™ Black is very dark purple black, Tropicanna™ Gold has gold and green striped leaves and the leaves of Tropicanna™ are striped with red, green and burgundy. The flowers of all are in the gold to red orange range and appear atop tall upright stems.

Canna's...

Image of Canna glauca photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Maraca Amarilla, Water Canna)

A large, upright tender perennial, Canna glauca is native to the tropical wetlands of the U.S. It is medium-tall and grows as a clump of long, pointed, upright blue-green leaves, unfurling from a rising stem eventually topped by clusters of tapered flower buds that open from spring into autumn to spidery yellow flowers. Prune stems to the highest leaf before the spent flowers make seeds to encourage the growth of new stems and prolong flowering.

Like other cannas, this one is grown as...

Image of Chionodoxa photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Chionodoxa, Glory-of-the-Snow)

Carpeting the garden with starry flowers very early in the year, these little bulbs from the eastern Mediterranean are wonderful for massing in borders and lawns. Hardy and self-reliant, they produce clusters of blue, violet, pink, or white blooms atop short leafless stems in late winter and early spring. Two short grass-like leaves emerge with the flowers, going dormant within a few weeks. The flowers and leaves grow from small rounded bulbs covered with brown tunics. Plants often self-seed to form...