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Black cannas? Any suggestions?

Posted by islandbreeze 6 MI (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 15, 09 at 17:14

I've grown Tropicanna Black, and also read about Canna Australia. Which one has foliage that is more black? Any other suggestions? Also where can I get them? Tropicanna Black seems to be very hard to find.


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RE: Black cannas? Any suggestions?

I have canna australia if you want to trade but I don't want the cannas because my beds are full.


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RE: Black cannas? Any suggestions?

Yeah, sounds good. What did you want in return?


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Do you have any amaryllis or daylilies?
you can email me directly from garden web.


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  • Posted by rokal LongIsland/z6b (My Page) on
    Wed, Jun 17, 09 at 14:18

Tropicanna Black is not as vigorous as Tropicanna Phaision and Tropicanna Gold. The rhizomes are smaller too. I suppose this is why it is harder to find.


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