Canna Lily generalis 'Red King Humbert' stands out with its bold spikes of red flag-like flowers, accentuated with orange overtones, blooming from mid-summer to mid-fall. In the spring, its large, pointy leaves emerge in a deep red, gradually shifting to green with prominent burgundy variegation, further highlighted with hints of coppery-bronze throughout the year. Standing tall, this variety can reach heights up to 6 feet, making it a magnificent presence in any garden.
Plant Care: Plant bulbs after the last expected frost. For in-ground plants, water every two days; container plants need daily watering. Prune spent flower stalks to their attachment point and trim non-flowering stalks to soil level. In freezing areas, after the first frost, cut stalks to the ground and store the roots for winter.
Canna Lily Companion Plants: Begonia, Calibrachoa, Coleus, Dahlias, Geraniums, Lobelia, Petunias, Sweet Alyssum, Torenia, Verbena, Zinnias