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CannaSol™, Happy Emily®

CannaSol™ Happy Emily® shines like the sun with its beautiful yellow color highlighted with darker gold spots. CannaSol™ is hybridized to produce large flowers, is self-cleaning, has a compact growing habit, and a long blooming period. CannaSol ™ is a new series of canna that is suitable for the patio, garden, and public areas plantings. This variety is propagated through tissue culture and is virus free.

Cannas are lovely grown in masses. In late summer when bold flowers are scarce, enjoy these warm, flamboyant flowers. These fiery blooms are eye-catching from across the garden (just ask the hummingbirds)! Perfect for a border or in a pot to brighten up any garden or patio. Cannas bring a touch of the tropics to wherever they are planted. These exotic looking plants are indispensable for a splendid summer border bursting with drama. Their bright, showy flowers and foliage patterns ensure that your Cannas will stand out. They are exotic looking plants with beautiful flowers and decorative foliage. Makes a great centerpiece in bedding schemes and large containers. As soon as a stalk has finished blooming, remove it and a new one will take its place. If faded flowers are not removed, seeds will form and flowering will cease.


# Description Qty per Unit Units Available Price/Unit
CA505BIN CannaSol™, Happy Emily® 25 27 $55.00

Plant Details +

Botanical Canna x generalis 'Happy Emily®'
Common Name CannaSol™
Family Cannaceae
Size 2-5 eye
Height 20"
Spacing 12-18"
Hardiness Tender
Exposure Full sun
Foliage Green Foliage
Flower Yellow with golden spots
Bloomtime July - October

Planting/Care Instructions +

Planting Instructions: Plant in spring, after the ground warms to about 50º F. 1. Dig a hole 2-4" deep. 2. Place rhizome in the hole. 3. Cover with soil and water thoroughly. Cannas thrive in sunlight, heat, and humidity. Give Cannas plenty of water during the growing season. Space plants 12-18" apart. Canna should be lifted before the first frost of fall, in areas where the ground freezes. Dig up and dry off rhizomes. Then place rhizomes in a well ventilated, frost-free place for the winter.