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cannas in contained pot so as not to migrate
Canna Lily in the middle of ground cover
Cannas in the midst of the boxwood. Note they are contained in their space
cannas - tropical looking but site appropriate
The canna lily is another great alternative. Cannas classically come in dark green with red flowers, but there are a host of other options to choose from. Choose a canna with lime foliage to contrast against the deep greens of evergreens or trees.
ferns, cannas, shasta daisies, bearded irises, violets and daylilies. Over time these plants create larger spreading growth, which can crowd out other plants and lead to decreased blooms. Carefully dig them up — I like to use a tined garden fork for this — and then gently separate the root ball with your
“Flower color” — clarry2
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Endowment Estate
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Canna Lilies grow 2 to 9 feet tall
Love Canna!!! Plan to have this in my garden.
cannas also can be used in more traditional gardens
At a Glance: Canna Lilies Botanical name: Cannaceae Common name: Canna lily USDA zones: 8-10 (find your zone) Water requirement: Well-drained
Glance: Canna LiliesBotanical name: CannaceaeCommon name: Canna lilyUSDA zones: 8-10 (find your zone)Water requirement: Well-drained, well-watered soilLight requirement: Full sun, slight shadeMature size: 2 to 9 feet tall, depending on varietyBenefits: Easy to grow, tall and statuesque, pest resistant
“yes” — Covillo Landscape
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Canna 'Pretoria'
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Canna 'Pretoria' blooms in the Annual Border. Photo by Dave Allen. Uploaded to Houzz with written permission.
Botanical name: Canna ‘Pretoria’ (syn. Canna ‘Bengal Tiger’, Canna ‘Striata’, Canna ‘Malawiensis Variegata’) Common name:
out a canna plant. The traditional canna has basic green leaves with bright red flowers, but there are many others to choose from. Try out various flower hues, from flaming red and orange to softer yellows and apricots.
otanical name: Canna ‘Pretoria’ (syn. Canna ‘Bengal Tiger’, Canna ‘Striata’, Canna ‘Malawiensis Variegata’) Common name: Canna lily USDA zones: Can be grown anywhere if bulbs are brought inside for winter. Winter hardy in zones 7 to 11. Water requirement: Regular Light requirement:
“Cana Lily” — tradewindsinsails
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Red-leaf cannas are striking in the garden and easily
Red-leaf cannas are striking in the garden and easily can bridge plants that clash with each other.
Canna Tropicanna, would look nice for seasonal interest around pool areas
of red cannas breaks up the two tones. The deep purple maroon of the leaves complement the blue-toned green in the background, and the bright orange flowers complement the yellow-toned green in the foreground.
Red-leaf cannas are striking in the garden and easily can bridge plants that clash with
like cannas, daylilies, bearded irises, wood ferns, violets and Shasta daisies. These types of plants develop large clumps or bulbs, and dividing them is a healthy practice that allows them more breathing room. To divide a plant:• Dig up the plant, being careful to get as much of the roots as possible
“The bright cannas ?” — chrisandmargie
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A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
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left is a Canna lily 'Tropicana'. Here's a link for more information http://www.finegardening.com/plantguide/canna-tropicanna.aspx I hope this helps!
cannas and potted plants grouped around them
How to Use Cannas in Your Garden Cannas work perfectly as a background foil for smaller plants. You typically have to wait three to four years for an evergreen plant to grow large enough to work as a foil for other plants, but a canna can grow to four
Plant: Cannas Cannas can be worked into a formal garden by keeping them clustered and neat. Notice how the overall form of the canna planting is circular instead of "drifting" in a free-form pattern.
to Use Cannas in Your Garden Cannas work perfectly as a background foil for smaller plants. You typically have to wait three to four years for an evergreen plant to grow large enough to work as a foil for other plants, but a canna can grow to four or five feet in a few months. Cannas have lush foliage
“Not exactly what I am envisioning for back yard but like the idea of surrounding back yard with a hi” — angelsh
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I see cannas for sure. Thanks.
..The cannas are 1 gallon size containers (6' across) and most of the annuals I plant are in 4" containers. I tend to take off a lot of the soil around the root ball if I need to get the plant into the grouping. Most annuals can take the "rough up" of the root ball and they don't mind being tightly planted
Cannas-love moisture but well drained soil & grow to 6'
Canna (Canna 'Bengal Tiger') Such an abundance of generous foliage and extravagant colors is the source of spectacular displays, temporary or permanent; my friend and garden designer Glenna Partridge
Canna 'Bengal Tiger' zones 8 and up 6 feet full sun
Canna 'Bengal Tiger' gives a tall and tropical feeling to a yard.
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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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container!! Canna, coleus, lantana, ipomea, vinca - full sun.
cannas -- potted w/ other plants to hide bare stalk
Cannas info - pull up in fall
Cannas are not especially susceptible to diseases or bugs, but they aren't immune either. Symptoms to watch out for include:Holes in leaves. Pinch off the affected leaves and blast with a hose to keep critters at bay.Yellowing foliage. Try adding fertilizer to the soil around the cannas. They might
plant my cannas and forget about them. They are tough, beautiful statement plants that you will either love or love to hate. I'm totally in the love camp — are you? Leave a comment and let us know!More: Great Design Plants
“Love plants” — Shelley Perch
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containers are Canna lilies. The green one is Canna 'Bengal Tiger'. Here's a link for info http://www.plantdelights.com/Canna-Bengal-Tiger-Bengal-Tiger-Variegated-Canna-Lily/productinfo/819/#.UJiW6Y6DiME The red coloured one is Canna 'Tropicanna'. Here's a link for more info on that variety http://www.onli
lant--Canna--Pretoria- http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2531483/list/Great-Design-Plant--Cannas I hope this helps! Glenna (PS. I put three plants - 1 gallon size- in each of these containers and fertilized weekly with 15-30-15)
in the containers are Canna lilies. The green one is Canna 'Bengal Tiger'. Here's a link for info http://www.plantdelights.com/Canna-Bengal-Tiger-Bengal-Tiger-Variegated-Canna-Lily/productinfo/819/#.UJiW6Y6DiME
“Tall tropical arrangement” — Jessica Symes
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