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Canna 'Pretoria'
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cannas in contained pot so as not to migrate
Canna Lily in the middle of ground cover
Canna plant, great leaves and orange flowers
Cannas in the midst of the boxwood. Note they are contained in their space
less dramatic foliage. Canna lilies (Canna cvs, zones 8 to 11) hold their own against this dramatic sculpture while tying it to the garden. Cannas can be grown as annuals in more temperate zones. This potted specimen is seasonally placed in the garden.
Canna lilies (Canna cvs, zones 8 to 11)
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
“Cannas” — beehugh
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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’)
picking 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
Botanical name: Canna ‘Pretoria’ (syn. Canna ‘Bengal Tiger’, Canna ‘Striata’, Canna ‘Malawiensis Variegata’)Common name: Canna lilyUSDA zones: Can be grown anywhere if bulbs are brought inside for winter. Winter hardy in zones 7 to 11.Water requirement: RegularLight requirement: Full sun to partial
“Orange” — karen
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tall grass" Cannaceae(Canna lily) fountain grass petunias
Love Canna!!! Plan to have this in my garden.
cannas also can be used in more
At a Glance: Canna Lilies Botanical name: Cannaceae Common name: Canna lily USDA zones: 8-10 (find your zone)
At a 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
“Height” — 'Tiques
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These are Tropicanna cannas for certain - can tell by the multi-colored orange,burgundy, green leaves. They come in 3 colors of foliage: original, Gold and Black
Canna Lilly with Grass in foreground
Canna Tropicanna, would look nice for seasonal interest around pool areas
Grasses and canna lily combo with slate path.
Red-leaf cannas are striking in the garden and easily can bridge plants
Red Leaf Cannas are striking and stand out
Red-leaf cannas are striking in the garden
and a blue-toned green. A line 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.
“Grasses and canna lily combo with slate path.” — steady77
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A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
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The tall red leaved plant on the left is a Canna lily 'Tropicana'. Here's a link for more information ... 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
saying: added by Amy Renea to Great Design 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.
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 or five feet in a few months. Cannas have lush foliage
“cannas and colors in pots-wheels to move around would be nice-don't like the topiary shrubs” — zestybeenz
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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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"Hot" container!! Canna, coleus, lantana, ipomea, vinca - full sun.
Cannas info - pull up in fall
cannas -- potted w/ other plants to hide bare stalk
Full sun container---Canna, coleus, lantana, ipomea, vinca
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
Shriveled or moldy rhizomes. When in storage, a few bulbs will inevitably go bad. Simply toss them in the trash or woodpile.For the most part, I 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
“Awesome container” — happy64
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What are the different plants in the vases? I see cannas for sure. Thanks.
Hi mickeysgirl98. Thank you for your compliments! The containers are about 36" across. I do pack the plants in! LOL...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
Canna 'Bengal Tiger' zones 8 and up 6 feet full sun
Canna 'Bengal Tiger' gives a tall and tropical feeling to a yard.
Cannas are huge in this pot. Love the sweet potato plant cascading over the pots.
Cannas have lush foliage, but can be top heavy. Try underplanting cannas with low-growing pots to cover up those bare ankles.
covering up the "bare knees" of potted plants such as canna lily (pictured) or elephant ear (next).
“tropical look” — johnson31
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Hi jasonboland, The large leaved tropicals in the containers are Canna lilies. The green one is Canna 'Bengal Tiger'. Here's a link for info ... The red coloured one is Canna 'Tropicanna'. Here's a link for more info on that variety ... Here's a couple of Houzz ideabooks
canna's in pots with trailing million
containers are Canna lilies. The green one is Canna 'Bengal Tiger'. Here's a link for info ... The red coloured one is Canna 'Tropicanna'. Here's a link for more info on that variety ... Here's a couple of Houzz ideabooks that give you info and ideas Ideabook: Great Design Plant: Canna 'Pretoria'
tropical container with canna lilies in it.
Cannas have lush foliage, but can be top
“container garden” — Denice Clark
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