Canna Collection

$50.75

Get 1 package each of all 5 canna listed below for just $50.75 and save over 20%! Collection includes 1 each of: Bengal Tiger, Cleopatra, Red Velvet, Richard Wallace and Robert Kemp.

Cannas are an easy to grow, low maintenance plant that offer a beautiful show of color all summer. Plant after danger of hard frost has passed in well-draining soil and full sun (minimum of 4 hours direct sunlight). They are hardy in zones 7 through 11. Plant canna roots 12-18 inches apart, covering with two inches of soil. Place the long part of the root horizontally in the ground with the eye up, if visible. Plant in loose, fertile and well-drained soil. For customers living in zones 2 through 6, there are two way to enjoy tropical cannas in your own garden; you can treat them as an annual and enjoy their beauty for a single season, or you can dig up the roots in the fall and replant them every spring.

69 in stock

Bengal Tiger Canna

$14.00

196 in stock

Cleopatra Canna

$13.50

163 in stock

Red Velvet Canna

$13.75

277 in stock

Richard Wallace Canna

$11.00

170 in stock

Robert Kemp Canna

$11.25

299 in stock

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Get 1 package each of all 5 canna listed below for just $50.75 and save over 20%! Collection includes 1 each of: Bengal Tiger, Cleopatra, Red Velvet, Richard Wallace and Robert Kemp.

Cannas are an easy to grow, low maintenance plant that offer a beautiful show of color all summer. Plant after danger of hard frost has passed in well-draining soil and full sun (minimum of 4 hours direct sunlight). They are hardy in zones 7 through 11. Plant canna roots 12-18 inches apart, covering with two inches of soil. Place the long part of the root horizontally in the ground with the eye up, if visible. Plant in loose, fertile and well-drained soil. For customers living in zones 2 through 6, there are two way to enjoy tropical cannas in your own garden; you can treat them as an annual and enjoy their beauty for a single season, or you can dig up the roots in the fall and replant them every spring.

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