Canna Plant Seeds
Canna lilies add a touch of the tropics to the garden and offer easy care in return. Flowers are large, with bold, vibrant colors. The foliage on some varieties is colorful and variegated. Canna lilies usually are grown from rhizomes planted in the spring.
While this is the quickest route to propagate those tropical flowers, the plant is propagated easily by seed, which can be harvested when the seed pods dry and pop open.
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Chip a small opening in the canna seed coat.
Place the canna seeds in a bowl and pour water over them until they are covered by 1 to 2 inches of water. Allow them to remain in the water for five days, changing the water daily.
Choose a germination container. Although the seeds will germinate in any container with holes in the bottom for drainage, planting one or two seeds in small planting pots make it easier to transplant them later on.
Set the canna seeds on the surface of the vermiculate and press on them lightly with your finger. Cover them with 1/4 inch of vermiculite. Spray the top layer of the medium with water to moisten it.
Wait one week after transplanting and then fertilize the canna seedlings with a liquid 10-10-10 fertilizer, diluted with water to 1/2 the strength listed on the bottle’s label.
- Full Sun
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