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Canna Cannova Lemon
(Canna Lily)

£15.00

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May - October
180cm x 90cm
Sun
Cut Flowers
Half Hardy
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Popular with gardeners, Canna Cannova Lemon is a charming tender perennial that adds a delightful burst of sunshine to any garden or landscape. With its cheerful lemon-yellow flowers and vibrant green foliage, this plant brings a refreshing and uplifting element to outdoor spaces. The Canna Cannova Lemon showcases large, broad leaves that create a lush and tropical backdrop for its striking blooms. Its compact size and upright growth habit make it well-suited for containers and flower beds alike.  Whether used as a focal point or mixed with other plants, the Canna Cannova Lemon brings a bright and invigorating touch to any garden, spreading joy and radiance throughout the landscape.

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Description

Canna Cannova Lemon will bring a taste to the tropics to the UK climate, with tropical yellow flowers that emerge from lush green leaves and repeat flower from May right through until October.  Perfect for pots to add a modern touch to the patio, or in beds or borders for a splash of yellow where needed.

Planting Conditions

Canna Cannova are not hardy and need protecting in the winter. This makes them ideal for pots which can then easily be moved into a green house or conservatory for frost protection and to keep the winter wet off plants.  Canna are fast growing so need a really big pot with plenty of room to grow. 

Watering & Feeding

They will need regular watering and feeding to enable them to grow and repeat flower all summer. 

General Care

Make sure to remove flowers once they are dying back or the plant will not keep producing new flowers.  In town and city centres, plants may survive the winter if a layer of mulch is applied.  In other areas move plants into a frost protected area.