Canna Cannova Rose plants make one think of Mediterranean, subtropical or tropical countries and regions, the beach, warm nights, flowerbeds, the sun, warmth and good times. The CANNOVA series, with its outstanding garden performance and profuse flowering until the first frost, adds a tropical touch to any outdoor space, whether it’s a cool or warm Summer.
The Canna F1-Hybrids CANNOVA series was bred from the species Canna x generalis. Traditional plant breeding methods were applied to develop the CANNOVA series with the aim of producing varieties that could be used not only in subtropical and tropical climates where cannas originally evolved, but also in cooler summer climates.
CANNOVA plants tolerate temperatures between 5°C and 35°C. Sudden major fluctuations in temperature, however, should be prevented.
When the flowers fade or turn pale, they can easily be removed. This makes the plants look more attractive and stimulates the initiation of new buds and flowering.
CANNOVA plants prefer a somewhat moist soil, so do not let the pots dry out and provide water regularly.
Place your CANNOVA in a sunny to semi-shaded and sheltered place. Cannas have large leaves; if subjected to wind, their leaves can become damaged and turn black.
When a flower stem no longer has any buds, the stem can be trimmed back to the next shoot from which a new flower will soon develop. Shoots can be cut whenever the plants become too large or too wide.
Canna CANNOVA is a powerful plant that needs enough space to grow. Therefore repot your canna if it is about to outgrow its pot.
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