Canna Plant - Tropicanna
Create that totally tropical look!
Yes, you can grow cannas in England! The Canna Plant - Tropicannais a truly amazing plant that produces fiery orange flowers atop long sturdy stems. Add height to your flower beds and flower borders with these vibrant, exotic flowers. It isn’t just the flowers that make these plants attractive, the leaves of the Canna Plant - Tropicanna are variously striped with green, purple, orange and pink.
- For real stature in flower beds & borders, Cannas will give your garden a real exotic look!
- Most Cannas are imposing plants, growing to great heights with dramatic bronze coloured leaves.
- Bright & stylish flowers that create compact, shocking displays in containers & pots.
Looking after your Canna Plant - Tropicanna
Once your Canna Plant - Tropicanna is established, keep the soil moist. Canna Lilies, prefer lots of heat and prefer to be grown in full sun light however, they can tolerate partial shade.
Hardiness:0 to -5 degrees
Plug or Potted Plant:Potted
Beds & Borders:True
Prefers Full Sun:True
Half Hardy Perennial:True
On delivery of your plants you need to do this straight away: Carefully unpack your plants and check that the compost is moist. If it’s dry, water carefully using a small watering can and allow to drain. Stand in a light, warm place and then follow the ‘growing on’ instructions. Provided they are kept moist, they can usually be left for up to 3 days. Your plants have been grown under ideal conditions and inspected by one of our experts prior to careful packaging and despatch by post. However, should they have been damaged or delayed during delivery, please contact us immediately.
Remember to ensure all summer bedding plants are protected from spring frosts. Do not plant outdoors before late May/early June.
For the best results, pot these on and keep them in the greenhouse for a few weeks before planting them out. A 7cm pot filled loosely with moist compost is ideal to plant these sturdy young plants into. In each pack of extra value plug plants, you will find a dibber stick. If you intend to plant plug plants through the side of hanging baskets you can use a smaller pot than 7cm and transfer into baskets when well established.
To remove your plugs, gently push up through the base hole of each cell and ease the plant and root plug out of the tray. Place it into the centre of the filled pot, so that the roots of the plug are covered. Firm the compost gently around the base of the plug whilst ensuring the stem and leaves remain above the top layer.