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What kind of Canna do I have?

Posted by suzanne_719 z6 OK (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 28, 05 at 17:10

This is my first bloomer of the year. I have no idea what it's called. Does anyone know? It is about 4' tall and the flowers aren't very big. The color is reddish orange. Very pretty.



Thanks for your help!


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RE: What kind of Canna do I have?

It looks like the species Canna compacta.


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RE: What kind of Canna do I have?

What is the little yellow plant in front of it? Looks very nice.
Sky~~


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RE: What kind of Canna do I have?

  • Posted by rokal LongIsland/z6b (My Page) on
    Thu, Jul 14, 05 at 10:21

skygardening,

The little yellow plant looks like a threadleaf coreopsis (e.g. Moonbeam, Zagreb, Creme Brulee)

~Rokal


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RE: What kind of Canna do I have?

It is a threadleaf coreopsis. It has bright yellow flowers. I'm not sure what kind it is.

Suzanne


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RE: What kind of Canna do I have?

Robert Kemp


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