What zones will cannas grow in?

GardenGhostJanuary 1, 2013

Cannas are perennial in zones 8-10. They can be perennial in zone 7 if planted in well drained soil in a sunny spot with heavy mulch during winter. In lower zones, they can be grown as annuals and even houseplants if adequate lighting is supplied. Or they can be dug up and stored over winter.

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