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canna

An obsolete term for a long tubular structure, fancifully likened to a reed (Greek, kanna; reed)—e.g., a long bone.
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They were all there, our fair weather friends - tender orange Mimulus, bronze-leafed Canna lilies, the chocolate-scented Cosmos agrtosanguineus, salmon and orange Watsonias from South Africa, and the bluest of Salvis patens.
A spectacular addition to the water garden would be Canna lilies, the most popular being Canna x generalis - a cross between Canna indica (Indian Shot) and Canna flaccida, with varieties bearing red, yellow, pink, orange and white flowers.
Take canna lilies out of greenhouse and plant outside, providing taller accent plants in summer bedding displays.
Plant canna lilies grown in pots in the greenhouse outside now.
Canna lilies grown in pots in the greenhouse can now be planted outside, providing a dramatic contrast alongside smaller summer bedding.
While you are in the garden with your clippers, be sure to prune your ginger, canna lilies, asparagus ferns and ivy, too.
Augustinegrass, Tifton 85 bermudagrass, common bermudagrass, canna lilies, iris, bamboo, bulrush, cattail, bordergrass, napiergrass, reeds, and maidencane.
The grand entrance rises behind long rows of tall royal palms and neon-bright yellow and red canna lilies, which lead to circular gardens surrounding antique statuary and a large herb garden, which the chefs harvest daily for use in the restaurants.
As this is a large plant, only bold neighbours will suffice and canna lilies are ideal.
If you can grow dahlias or chrysanthemums, you can grow Canna lilies.