Canna Lily leaves feel tropical. They're large with a shape reminiscent to banana leaves. Yellow Cannova has superior leaf quality as well. It's a great choice as a potted accent to make your patio feel like an island paradise. The highly saturated yellow flowers are a lot like iris. In a mixed container garden, they rise up over the other annuals like a torch, drawing attention to the display. The blooms attract butterflies from summer to frost. Deer, however, tend to leave canna lilies alone. Most zones will prefer to use this as an annual, or potted variety they can overwinter in a garage or shed. Zone 7 and further south can keep it in the garden, where it makes a nice feature in a sunny border or wet site. Canna generalis 'Yellow' Cannova® You may also like: Did you know Canna Lily tubers are actually edible? Yellow Cannova Canna makes a creative, conversation-starting addition to our Incredible Edibles Collection for annual container gardens.
Canna generalis 'Cannova® Yellow'
30 - 48 inches
18 - 24 inches
18 - 24 inches
Summer till first frost
Plant in well-drained soil. Lace rhizome horizontally in pot, eyes facing up. Cover with 2" of soil, water well.
Lift in fall and store in a frost-free location over winter. Replant the following spring after last frost.
9 cm petals and sepals united to form large, flared flowers which are clustered along the top portion of the stems
Deep green, ribbed foliage.
None, except to remove spent flowers and flower stems
Average water needs. Water regularly, do not overwater
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When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
|2020 Spring Shipping Schedule
||Tender Annuals & Temperature Sensitive Plants|
||4/27/20 - 6/26/20
||3/30/20 - 6/26/20|
|Last Order Date
||All Zones: 6/22/20