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Common name: Canna Lily
Beautiful purple bronze leaves highlight that burnt orange flowers that are boasted above the leaves. Wyoming is a eye catcher when planted in a container or in the garden. Good deer resistant, they do not like to eat the leaves.
Ideal for water gardens, ponds and bogs. They thrive near water and in wet boggy areas where other plants will not grow. Cannas bloom in the summer through till the fall.
Care- Cannas in full sun to part shade. Cannas bloom best in sunny locations, and with consistent water and fertilizer. Remove flower stalks when they have finished blooming. Before the first frost bulbs should be removed from the ground, cleaned off, and stored indoors in a dry area. The bulbs can be replanted outdoors in spring, after the ground warms to 50 degrees or more or started inside early. If starting inside do this around early April. Water sparingly until sings of life start. I find it used to place the root in a bag of lightly moist potting soil and place this bag on a south facing windowsill. Cannas love heat so this method works well and is very quick.
Size: 5" Potted Plant
Hardy Zones: 4,5,6,7,8
Light requirement: Full sun - Partial Shade
Attributes: Attracts bees, butterflies & Hummingbirds
Brand Hong Quat Packging
Calo 36 Calo
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