How do I plant cannas?

GardenGhostJanuary 1, 2013

After danger of hard frost has passed, plant canna rhizomes about a foot to 18 inches apart. Lay the rhizome horizontal with any visible eyes pointing toward you. Then cover with two inches of soil. Cannas can also be grown in big pots. Just be sure to use a big pot because cannas multiply quickly.

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