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Cannas indoors

Posted by iowagourdman Iowa Z5 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 31, 08 at 9:59

Hi all,

I am a newbie here and I have a question for ya. I bought a potted Banana Canna from a farmers market in Des Moines Iowa this summmer. I have it inside near a window right now, and it seems to be doing fine. It's even sending up new shoots or baby cannas! Yesterday, I dug up my first year cannas that were growing out front, (just four clumps) and have them in a box inside where I will get them ready to store.
So, do I need to do anything to the banana canna, or will it be alright until next Spring when I can put it outside? I also have four EE's that I dug that I am not sure what to do with...


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RE: Cannas indoors

  • Posted by cacye Denver,CO (My Page) on
    Mon, Dec 8, 08 at 23:55

Me,too! I have a canna I brought inside (Denver, CO) and left there while I'm in Texas 3 weeks. Is this okay? It seemed fine when I did it....

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