Canna variegatifolia

Canna variegatifolia

Canna variegatifolia Ciciar. is a species of the Canna genus, a member of the family Cannaceae. It originates from Argentina (Santa Fé). It was introduced in 1995.

It is a perennial and is hardy to zone 10 and is frost tender. In the north latitudes it is in flower from August to October, and the seeds ripen in October. The flowers are hermaphrodite.

Synonyms

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Taxonomy

In the last three decades of the 20th century, Canna species have been categorised by two different taxonomists, Paulus Johannes Maria Maas, from the Netherlands and Nobuyuki Tanaka from Japan. Neither mention this species.

Canna variegatatifolia Ciciar

No description has been given here.

References

  • Cooke, Ian, 2001. The Gardener's Guide to Growing cannas, Timber Press. ISBN 0-88192-513-6
  • Johnson's Gardeners Dictionary, 1856
  • Tanaka, N. 2001. Taxonomic revision of the family Cannaceae in the New World and Asia. Makinoa ser. 2, 1:34–43.

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