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Canna (orange) - Plant

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It is perfectly possible to bring a canna in leaf or bloom indoors, just like you would bring back indoors any houseplant you'd put outside for the summer, and keep it growing all winter. And if you have the right conditions, it will bloom over and over, all winter long.

Plant Constituents

  • Canna (orange) - Plant in  Grower plastic pot

Plant Care

  • Provide consistent moisture during the growing season, and do not allow the soil to dry out. After flowering, you may reduce watering.
  • Cannas are greedy feeders. Use a balanced slow-release fertilizer at planting time and a liquid feed every 4 weeks during the growing season to promote vigorous growth and flowering..
  • Light: Cannas need full sun to reach their flowering potential.
  • Shade encourages leggy growth that can cause foliage to flop over.
  • Plants in shade won't produce as many flowers, either.
  • Several varieties are grown for their colorful leaves, which are not as bright in the shade.
  • Choose well drained soil mix for potting


  • Medicinal uses: In traditional medicine, canna lilies have been used to treat a variety of ailments, including fever, inflammation, and pain.
  • While more research is needed to confirm these benefits, they suggest that canna lilies may have potential as a natural remedy for certain health conditions.
  • Canna can be used to treat menstrual pains.
  • The root can be used to treat gonorrhea and amenorrhoea.
  • In Nigeria, people turn the root into a powder and ingest it to treat diarrhea and dysentery (7).
  • They also use the flowers as a medicine for malaria.