This is the species Canna that drives hummingbirds wild with delight. They're strong, grow quickly, and are borderline hardy in many areas. If they're not hardy in your area, it's very easy to lift and store them for the winter.
In addition to being beautiful in the garden, Indian Shot has several other useful characteristics. In addition to having edible roots when dried, its seeds can be used for crafts or in musical instruments (shakers).
These will flower the first year if grown from seed.
Germination instructions are included with your seeds. These seeds will need to be scarified in order to germinate and grow. (15 seeds)
Basic Plant Facts:
Grows 4-8' x 1-2'
Likes full sun
USDA zones: 8a-11
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All growing recommendations made for seed germination are compiled from recognized botanical and horticultural sources. Please note these directions before growing, and follow them carefully. Should a germination problem arise, please notify us within one year of purchase. Refunds and exchanges will be granted if a germination problem has been brought to our attention by customers, and if we have noticed it ourselves here in the garden since we grow the same seeds ourselves.