Red Canna Information?

Answer Cannas (Canna x generalis) are tropical plants that appear as clumpy bushes, laden with large, gladiolus-like flowers. They are perennials that grow from thick rhizomes or underground roots. Red ca... Read More »

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How do I dig up canna bulbs?

Dig up canna bulbs, called rhizomes, in the fall after the first frost. Use a garden fork to lift the rhizomes. Push the fork into the soil 8 to 10 inches away from the canna stems and gently lift.... Read More »

Are canna lilies poisonous?

The Wisconsin Poison Center classifies the canna lily, or Canna X generalis, as a non-toxic species. The perennial flowering plant poses no known health hazards to humans or other mammals.Source:Un... Read More »

How Do I Replant Canna Lillies?

Soil PreparationDig a hole six to eight inches deep to accommodate the canna bulb after your last spring frost date. Prepare the soil at the bottom by adding phosphorous or bonemeal and scratching ... Read More »

Canna Bulb Care?

Known for its vividly colored flowers, large bananalike leaves, and love of warmth and soil moisture, canna is a tropical perennial grown in frost-free months. While people refer to it as a bulb, i... Read More »