£3.50 – £9.00
Canna, Wyoming. Frost tender. Perennial. A beautiful tall canna, 150 cm in height with strong orange flowers against dark brown leaf foliage. These plants prefer a sunny position that has fertile well-drained soil. Grown for their striking flowers and ornamental foliage; they can be used as a centerpiece in bedding schemes or can be grown in large containers.
1 bulb, 3 bulbs
Plant: Late March – Late April. 10 cm deep. Spacing 25-30 cm. Flowers July – September. Height 150 cm.
Frost Tender. Perennial. Cannas can be grown in the ground or in large containers. Well drained soil and a sunny location is needed. After planting water-in to allow the compost to settle around the rhizome. When in growth feed with a slow release fertiliser. Cannas need warmth to get the growing, you can give them a boost in March and April by starting them of in the greenhouse or indoors. Protect from frost and water logging in the winter by lifting and storing the rhizomes in a frost free environment.