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Long slender green leaves heavily striped with white a truely striking plant. Small apricot flowers. A vigorous variety growing to 2m. Absolutley must be grown in shade only.
Indian shot plant
Canna ‘Stuttgart’ (Indian shot plant). This genus consists of robust showy, rhizomatous perennials, which are grown for their striking flowers and ornamental foliage. It is generally used for summer-bedding displays and container growing.
They are frost tender, min 10-15C and will require a warm, sunny position and humus-rich moist soil. If grown under glass or for summer bedding, encourage into growth in spring at 16C and store rhizomes in slightly damp soil or peat in winter.
Grown for their striking flowers and ornamental foliage. They are generally used for summer-bedding displays and container growing. Suitable for coastal conditions. Attracts humming birds in suitable geographical locations.
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