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Plant Description

Peach Delight Canna has scrumptious, blooms amidst the lush, green, upright foliage in shades of sweet-peach!  Peach Delight Canna adds beauty and grace to your water garden feature! Cannas are a mainstay in water gardens and terrestrial gardens al well. Blooms in late summer into fall. Peach Delight Canna adds color and vertical interest! Peach Delight Canna also help the ecology of your pond by helping to remove nutrients and heavy toxins from the water. Peach Delight Canna are great for use in bog filters as well! 

Height   Grows to 5-6 feet tall

Width   18-24 inch spread

Sunlight Requirements  Full sun to part shade  (blooms best in full sun)

Moisture Requirements  Moist soil with up to 2 inches of water above the roots

Blooms   Blooms summer into fall

Zone   Hardy in zones 7 - 11

 

Planting Instructions

 For use in the pond, plant in wide containers, in moist, loam soil with an inch or two of soil above the rhizomes and up to 2 inches of water above the roots, in full sun to part shade. (Peach Delight Cannas can grow to 5-6 feet tall, place a few heavy stones in the bottom of the container to keep it from tipping over in strong wind) Cannas bloom best in full sun but will tolerate part shade. Fertilize with Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs + Humates, once a month, June through August, for vigorous plants and best bloom! For terrestrial gardens, dig holes and plant canna 2 - 4 inches deep and at least 1 foot apart, in full sun to part shade with growing points facing up. Water well and fertilize throughout the growing/blooming season (June through August). Lift rhizomes after first frost in the fall in the north, trim away all foliage, rinse away any soil clinging to the rhizome, allow rhizomes to dry in a well ventilated area outdoors for 7 - 10 days, then store in a cool, dry environment indoors between layers of newspaper. Replant in spring, after all danger of frost has passed. 

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