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any plant of the genus Canna having large sheathing leaves and clusters of large showy flowers

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Take canna lilies out of greenhouse and plant outside, providing taller accent plants in summer bedding displays.
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.
Canna lilies grown in pots in the greenhouse can now be planted outside, providing a dramatic contrast alongside smaller summer bedding.
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.
If you can grow dahlias or chrysanthemums, you can grow Canna lilies.
These include canna lilies, freesias, caladiums, gladioluses, dahlias and tuberous begonias.
Half-barrels were used for containers and they were planted up with Bishop of Llandaff dahlia and canna lilies.
Already, Weaver and colleagues have evaluated the suitability of canna lilies and other plants for wastewater treatment systems.
We take plants like cattails, bulrush, and canna lilies and dig a ditch where we install the plants," Johnson says.
Although Canna lilies are normally a wetland plant and do not like to have dry roots, they will survive in Cyprus if they are well watered, so don't let them dry out between waterings.
Dig up bulbs and corms of non-hardy summer bulbs including gladioli and canna lilies for storing in a frost-free place over winter.
Remove dead flowers and fleshy seed pods on canna lilies.