Canna Tropical White (Canna x Generalis) – To get the most out of you flowering white Canna plant, cut old spent flowers and seed pods to encourage repeated flowering late into the autumn season. Canna plants should be spaced 9 – 18 inches apart depending on the size of the varieties used and the effect desired. In dry weather, watering Canna Lily plants once a week will insure a stronger growth. Canna grows best in wet locations. Nice for a water’s edge, plantings near ponds and pools work well. Not hardy north of zone 7, but makes an excellent annual flowering plant. This Canna variety will often bloom in just 90 days after planting flower seeds.
Salmon Canna Seeds
Canna Tropical Salmon (Canna x Generalis) – Canna seeds are very large so many people like soak the flower seeds for 24 – 48 hours before planting to soften the seed coat. For even faster germination, file or nick the Canna Lily seeds before planting. Canna seeds should germinate in 10 – 20 days at
Rose Canna Seeds
Canna Tropical Rose (Canna x Generalis) – This Canna Lily can grow 24 – 30 inches tall and gives a wonderful display with its colorful foliage and blooms of intense rose color. Canna seed is one of the largest flower seeds you will find at only 5 seeds per gram making it easy to plant
Canna Lily Seeds
Canna Indica (Large Flowered Hybrids) – If you like large flowers then Canna is a good flowering plant that is easy to plant from Canna Seeds. The seeds are very large so many people like to soak them for 1 or 2 days before plant. Also, for even faster germination, take a file and file