Durban Canna Lily is a tropical flowering plant native to South Africa. It produces stunningly beautiful flowers that come in shades of pink, yellow, orange, and red. The plant is easy to care for and requires minimal maintenance to thrive, making it an excellent choice for gardeners looking to add a touch of color to their landscape.
Canna Lily Companion Plants: Fern, Grasses, Verbena
Durban Canna Lily Plant Care Instructions: Plants should not go without water for more than two days in if the ground and should be watered daily in containers. The spent flower stalks should be trimmed back to where it attaches to the new flower sheath that is developing. Once each individual flower stalk stops making new flowers, it needs trimmed back all the way back to the soil to make room for more flowering stalks to grow. If you live where it freezes, the stalks will need cut back to the ground so the roots can be dug up and stored for the winter. This is best done after the first frost.