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Exotic Perennial Lily Plant Ready to Plant

  • GORGEOUS FOLIAGE - With their striped leaves and golden-orange blooms, 'Tropicanna Gold' will create a dramatic eye-catching display in your garden.
  • VERY VERSATILE - Extremely versatile, they are perfect in pots, borders and containers. Hugely architectural, the light foliage and golden flowers will erupt through the summer adding height and impact.
  • EXOTIC BEAUTY - Easier to grow than you may think, cannas are one of those exotic beauties that swiftly helps to create a bright, intensely coloured summer garden.With large, banana shaped leaves, their fiery, bright colour combinations will erupt throughout your beds and borders, adding great height and impact too.

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  • Eventual Height

    Can grow up to 1.5–2.5 metres in the right conditions.

  • Pot Size

    9 cm

  • Season of Interest

    Foliage Spring - Autumn. Flowering in Summer.

  • Light Required

    Full sun

  • Watering

    Water Tropicanna canna plants each time the soil dries out 3 inches deep. Soak the area slowly until the area feels moist 6 to 12 inches deep..

  • Best Growing Conditions

    The best time to plant canna lilies is in April and May, and are usually best started off in pots. Cannas have strong underground stems, known as rhizomes. In the dormant season you’ll find rhizomes for sale in bags in the garden centre or nursery. In summer they’re sold as potted plants. When planting canna rhizomes into pots, use a large (20cm) plastic pot. Ensure that any shoots are just above the surface. Place the pots in a heated greenhouse, water and wait for signs of life. From late May, after all risk of frost has passes and new shoots or roots have grown, harden off your cannas and and then plant them in the garden. They should flower in their first year. Cannas bought as potted plants can be planted directly into the garden. Water in well and feed with a slow-release fertiliser. They rarely require support.

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