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How to grow cannas mine are small stunted things

Submitted: 03:51PM, 21 Feb 2015
Answer: Canas’ are a popular colourful plant which are generally quite hardy. They range in size from 30cm to 2.5m tall. They need to be in full sun with moist soil which has been enriched with plenty of organic matter such as composted cow manure. While they are relatively water smart they do need to be watered in hot weather.
You can find more detailed information at http://www.burkesbackyard.com.au/fact-sheets/in-the-garden/flowering-plants-shrubs/canna-lilies/
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Tags: cana, care
Answered: 09:01AM, 19 Mar 2015

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