The canna is a beautiful flower rhizome s’easy to maintain.
Planting and conservation of winter cannas are gestures that will allow you to see flourish of’year.
Here is a flower to rediscover, sometimes called canna canna.
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Canna
Family : Cannaceae
Type : Perennial rhizomatous
Height : 50 to 120 cm
Exposure : Sunlight
Ground : Rich, humufère permeable
Flowering : June to September
It is recommended to plant your canna the month d’April or May depending on climate, making sure to press them into the soil (10-15 cm).
Canna take the’scale: a distance of 50-60 cm s’therefore required between each plant.
If you want to your own rhizomes culture, put them in a seedling compost and cuttings in February or March and this, in a warm place. So you can put them in the ground in May.
You can multiply your cannas by division of the tuft in the spring.
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Maintenance and winter storage canna:
Remove faded flowers to As.
Water regularly by heat, especially the mini canna which often grow in pots.
Canna in’autumn and winter:
At’autumn, fold your plants 10/15 cm foot when the foliage is completely faded, pluck them and tuck them in a cool, ventilated room throughout the’winter.
In spring, you can plant them again.
Namely the canna:
Canna (or balisier) is a hybrid of several species from which the strain is a rhizome.
He wears beautiful flowers whose variety of colors give a lot’sparkle to your flowerbeds.
Malignant Council on the canna:
Beware of varieties when you plant cannas in flower bed, because the colors, the leaves and the size of the plant are not the same.