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Inland S.E QLD , Australia

Is summer here in Aus...and these are how a few are doing in pots.

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Inland S.E QLD , Australia

Constitution

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Inland S.E QLD , Australia

Seed grown

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Houston, PA(Zone 6a)

Pretty color!
Roxanne

Inland S.E QLD , Australia

Here is another.This was seed grown also. No guessing what my favourite colour is lol!

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Houston, PA(Zone 6a)

Don't forget to save seeds!
Roxanne

Saugerties, NY(Zone 5a)

Very pretty. Thanks for sharing, all I see outside is snow LOL
Christine

Coal Center, PA(Zone 6a)

I like the pink cannas, also :)
Very nice cannas and photos!

cullman, AL(Zone 7b)

last year i only had red and orange, oh and one yellow.. I didn't really know much about them but this year i have added pick and white to my collection.. just hope they look as nice as those pinks do.. there like a burst of bubblegum.. oh i cant wait for spring..
jen

Fallbrook, CA(Zone 10b)

I'm not a big fan of pink flowers generally, but I love pink Cannas. I have a small "Pink Sunburst" that I anxiously await the blooms on each Spring.

Inland S.E QLD , Australia

Jen,
You should with any luck get one or 2 really nice pinks from the seeds I sent.

Here's another of Constitution...A wonderful U.S bred canna..

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cullman, AL(Zone 7b)

I had really good luck with seeds last year.. I only had red though as i didn't know they came in many colors.. I just nicked them with nail cutters soaked over night and most if not all came up.. I did a bunch so i didn't count them.. I read they were hard to start form seed so i tried all i had.. Who knew they would be so easy.. Hopefully i have the same luck and all mine this year come up.. Now just to get this snow to melt and bring on the sunshine...

Inland S.E QLD , Australia

First time seedling bloom.This opened the palest of pink but after day two has aged to a very pale creamy yellowish pink tone(not apricot).Hopefully as time goes by it will continue to get better,but I am very pleased with how it looks now. I call this one No3 as I have a few others from the same seed batch in bloom.

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Inland S.E QLD , Australia

This is how it looked for the first 2 days...palest of pink.

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