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Lovely Free Cannas (Somerset)

  • Lovely Free Cannas (Somerset)

We have 3 varieties of cannas which have grown too big for their boots, so are being split. one is Ambassadour, one Apache. colours are red, salmon and yellow, but can't guarantee which is which! vibrant green leaves and grew to about 5 foot. to be collected from South Somerset. Thanks.

Comments (8)

  1. Grower

    The GPS Team

    Great plants Mandy, with choice foliage - we added the photo of C. 'Ambassadour' and have sent out a local alert to gardeners in your area.

  2. Grower

    Fairy

    Hi, I just messaged and then think I deleted it?! I'd love one, of you have any left, to help bulk out our garden. I'm near Chard - where abouts are you in Somerset? Would you like anything for your plant? I have split a spider house plant or in a few weeks I might have some cake gooseberries?! Thanks

  3. Grower

    Marion

    Hi I would also love some as I have recently moved and need to stock a garden. I am next village to Henstridge

  4. Grower

    Dawn Fleming-Burt

    Hello Mandy,
    Just refurbishing my garden into a Mediterranean style and some of your Cannas would be lovely, I live in Taunton.
    Regards
    Dawn

  5. Grower

    Peter Wright

    They sound lovely. I would be interested to have some. Do you have any left, and are you around this weekend?

  6. Grower

    Holly and Dave

    Hello Mandy! What a kind offer! Do you still have any cannas left to share? If you do - I'm your neighbour and can pop by whenever suits. Thank you! :)

  7. Grower

    Mandy Bloom

    Thanks to all of you who have posted replies to this, and messaged me. We will chop them up into plantable pieces at the weekend and get back to you, depending on how many pieces we end up with! Where are you Holly and Dave? I am in Keinton.

  8. Grower

    Winifred Field

    We never have much luck with Cannas. Plenty of leaves but rarely any flower, even those bought in flower don't do well the following years. Do you have any good tips or advice for succeeding with them?
    Thanks Win.


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