|Temperatures remain between 45 and 60 degrees F. (17-16 C.).|
|Canna Indica – Variegated need full sun to reach their flowering potential.|
|Like high humidity.|
|Water cannas at least once a week by slowly soaking the area around the roots.|
Canna Indica Variegated | Indian Shot | African Arrowroot | Edible Canna | Leone Arrowroot Keep the soil moist until plants are established. As a somewhat tropical specimen, Canna Indica – Variegated in containers like high humidity and full, hot sun. Canna Indica – Variegated blooms add a tropical presence and bold color to the container arrangements. A mid to late summer bloom can last a few weeks. Deadhead spent blooms and keep the soil moist, but not soggy. Spreading rhizomes should be dug and stored for winter in zones lower than USDA zones 7 to 10, where they’re winter hardy. When storing the rhizomes, cut the tops off and place in a plastic storage bag, or move the entire container into a garage or building where temperatures remain between 45 and 60 degrees F. (17-16 C.). Rhizomes of canna growing in pots multiply quickly and will need division. Thin the tubers in the early spring or before storing them for winter. Slice tubers into pieces, if desired. As long as there is an “eye” in the portion of the tuber, a bloom can be expected.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually the delivered plant may differ in for example size, number of flowers & branches, The Plant Will be in Plastic Pot Not The One Showed in The Picture.