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  • n. Plural form of canna.

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Examples

  • The cannas are a good example, as the Ferula tingitana "Cedric Morris" and the Tulipa sylvestris that are planted among them are straining for the light now and needing air.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Evergreen should have some kind of cannas and possibly abutilon, which has to come inside in winter.

    Plant Delights Order « Fairegarden

  • It's still too early to tell whether some exotic plants, such as cannas and bananas, have survived, but for others, the damage is already done.

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  • Place your architectural plants such as cannas, cordylines or phormiums in the middle of the pot and fill the gaps in front with smaller flowering plants to complement.

    icNewcastle

  • When summer draws to a close and it's time to say goodbye to summer flowering 'bulbs' such as cannas, gladiolus, dahlia and tuberose begonia, why not consider giving them a reprieve and store the underground parts (tubers and corms, rhizomes) over the winter so you can include them back into the garden next year? asked a University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator.

    The Times Today's News

  • They are potted up with the cannas in just damp compost, as I prefer not to store them dry as the books recommend you do in cold areas.

    January: the to-do list

  • It actually started as a place to grow cannas – something my Dad requested (I love them, too).

    My Garden, part 2 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • I don't know if a garden without cannas can be counted as complete.

    More from Powell « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • What is the yellow red flower in the shot with the cannas.

    My Garden, part 3 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • In a flower border atop an antique wheel barrel, a 3-gallon pot was in full bloom with dahlias and variegated cannas foliage.

    Suzy Bales: Fake Flowers: Ever Green and Always Growing

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