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canna ermine

Regarded as the whitest Canna available, it is topped all summer with large, creamy white flowers, flushed with pale yellow toward the center. Can be cultivated in borders in a fertile and moist soil or in large containers. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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canna futurity pink

Tropical-looking dark burgundy foliage contrast nicely with the pure pink, self-cleaning flowers. Can be cultivated in borders in a fertile and moist soil or in large containers. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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canna futurity red

Red Futurity Canna is a glowing, crimson-red, exotic gem in the garden, made even more striking by its deep-bronze foliage. Can be cultivated in borders in a fertile and moist soil or in large containers. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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canna hello yellow

"Yellow blooms with bright apple green leaves. Heavy bloomer with multiple spikes open at once. Ideal for the garden or the patio. Can be cultivated in borders in a fertile and moist soil or in large containers. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May. "

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canna intrigue

Intrigue` produces pale-orange flowers above lush, purple foliage. Blooming all summer long, it lends a tropical feel to large containers and is spectacular when massed in the sunny border. Thrives in a fertile, moist soil. Remove rhizomes in fall and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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canna orange punch

Orange PuncH` produces bright orange flowers with a yellow throat. It can seen from far! Stunning in mass planting, in a border or in large containers. Thrives in a fertile, moist soil. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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CANNA PRESIDENT

The President Canna is known for its extremely vibrant and large red blooms. Number one choice to color the garden or the patio.Thrives in a fertile, moist soil. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May.

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CANNA PRETORIA

"Perhaps the showiest of all of the variegated cannas! Favored for its bright green and yellow variegated foliage and deep tangerine flowers, Pretoria grows at the edge of ponds in shallow water as well as a fertile, moist soil of the garden. Remove rhizomes in fall and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May. "

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CANNA tropical bronze scarlet

"This dwarf variety features rich scarlet flowers on top of beautiful bronze-burgundy foliage. This garden star adds vibrant color throughout the summer. Grow in a fertile and moist soil. Remove rhizomes in fall and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May. "

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Canna Tropical rose pale

"Cannas from the`Tropical` series with their campact habit and large green leaves are perfect to be grown in containers in a fertile and moist soil. Cut foliage to the ground after the first killing frost. Remove rhizomes and store them in a cool and dry place for the winter; in March, the rhizomes are divided as needed and repotted. The plants can be placed in the garden at the end of May. "

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