First Canna of the Summer



Also called Canna Lily, it is actually the only genus in the family Cannaceae ~ not in the Lily family

Our patch of  yellow Canna were planted by a prior owner and have multiplied and naturalized beautifully along the east side of our house. Some great things about Canna:

  • After planting they are labor free, unless you decide to divide and spread them out on your property ~ or share with friends and family.
  • They are heat, drought and deer resistant.
  • They provide beauty in the garden for three seasons;
canna in spring

Green Canna shoots in Spring

Canna in Summer

Showy Canna blooms all Summer!


canna seed pods

Canna stalks topped with quirky seed pods in Autumn

Check out this link from the University of Georgia for information about planting and maintaining flowering bulbs: Flowering Bulbs for Georgia

Plant them in your garden, they are wonderful for attracting pollinating and beneficial insects!