Free shipping on orders over $79 See USPS Shipping Announcement

Search our store

Canna Lily Bulbs - Maui Punch Pre-Order • Shipping Zones 6-12

Buy Canna Lily Bulbs in Bulk & Save!

Pre-Order Zones 2-5 Shipping 6-12(see schedule)

Unit Size Unit Price Savings Qty
Bag of 2 Bulbs $14.95
Bag of 4 Bulbs $27.95 7% Notify Me
Bag of 10 Bulbs $64.95
($6.50/each)
13% Notify Me
Add to Wishlist
  • A unique perennial with uncanny red and yellow foliage
  • A late summer bloomer, this bulb is easy to grow and has amaxingly red-speckled flowers
  • Thrives in bright, sunny growing areas

Product Description

With a name that will leave you craving a cool tropical drink, you can imagine this Canna Lily loves the warm weather as much as all of its relatives. With its beautiful red and yellow leaves, this flower can add warm flavor to your garden this summer!
  • Fast Facts

    Name:Canna Lily Bulbs - Maui Punch
    Botanical Name:Cannaceae
    Life Cycle:Perennial
    Bulb/Tuber/Root Size:2-3 Eyes
    Light Requirement:Full Sun
    Planting Season:Spring
    Features:Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Hummingbirds, Container Garden, Deer Resistant, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Fast Growing, Fragrant, Drought Tolerant
    Color:Red, Yellow
    Blooms:Late Summer
    Plant Height:24-36 inches
    Plant Spacing:1 to 2 feet
    Planting Depth:Deep Enough to Cover with 2 inches of Soil
    Hardiness Zones:2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, (Hardy 8-11, Colder Zones Lift Prior to Frost)
    Ships:Spring
  • Planting Instructions

    Planting Canna Lily Bulbs

    Although not a true lily, the Canna lily comes in a rainbow of colors and can add dramatic emphasis to your garden. With a huge selection of flower and leaf colors, there is sure to be a canna that will add pizzazz to your garden. While the flowers of some varieties of cannas are the show, in others it’s the huge, tropical-looking foliage, and in many modern varieties, it‘s both. Canna leaves are usually large and broad, with a heavy rib down the center. They can be various shades of green, burgundy and red, often with splashes of white or yellow or stripes of color following the leaf veins. Depending on variety, cannas grow from 16 inches to 10 feet in height.

    When to Plant your Canna Lily Bulbs

    In the North, start rhizomes indoors about six weeks before your last frost in pots of good, rich potting soil. The pots should be in a warm, sunny area and kept well-watered. The bulbs (rhizomes) may also be planted directly in the ground after the last frost when the ground is warm, but they may be slow to start growth and late to bloom. In frost-free areas, the bulbs can be planted at any time. While a frost may kill all the foliage in some areas above zone 8, the bulbs will survive underground if protected with mulch.

    Where to Plant your Canna Lily Bulbs

    Cannas will grow almost anywhere, as a perennial in the South and a summer flowering plant whose rhizomes can be easily lifted and stored in the North. Choose a spot in your garden that receives full sunlight. Although considered tropical plants, cannas actually do well in more temperate climates that receive at least six hours of sunlight per day in the summertime. The bulbs should be planted in a location where the soil drains well. Unlike most bulbs, cannas can thrive in moist soils but will not tolerate standing in water puddles.

    How to Plant your Canna Lily Bulbs

    For outdoor planting, dig holes that are 4 to 6 inches deep, and 2 feet apart for tall varieties and 1 foot for the others. Then dig in a little peat moss and perlite. For planting in pots, fill a large pot to within 6 inches of the top with a well-draining potting mix into which you have added a little peat moss and perlite. Place one bulb into each hole. If your pot is large, you can plant two or three canna bulbs in each pot. Backfill your pot or hole with additional soil until the bulb and roots are well covered. Gently pat down the dirt around the base. Water your new plant well and expect it to begin sending out new leaves and, when the weather is warm, flowers.

    How to care for your Canna Lily Bulbs

    In climates that are warm year round, Cannas can remain in the ground and given a dose of fertilizer in the spring to start the growing process over again. Frost will kill them during the cooler months, but if you mulch with straw, old leaves or other organic matter in the fall, your cannas should come back with vibrant new foliage and flowers the following spring. In climates where the ground freezes hard in the winter, you may dig up your plants in the fall, after the first frost, let them air dry for a few days and try storing your bulbs in a cool dry place (in a paper bag or a box filled with peat moss). With a little luck, you may manage to preserve the bulbs for next spring planting.

You May Also Like

  • Canna Lily Bulbs - Australia Canna Lily Bulbs - Australia Quick View

    Pre-Order • Shipping Zones 6-12
    As low as $14.95
  • Canna Lily Bulbs - Wyoming Canna Lily Bulbs - Wyoming Quick View

    Pre-Order • Shipping Zones 6-12
    As low as $14.95
  • Canna Lily Bulbs - Pastel Mix Canna Lily Bulbs - Pastel Mix Quick View

    Pre-Order • Shipping Zones 6-12
    As low as $26.95
  • Canna Lily Bulbs - Mixed Canna Lily Bulbs - Mixed Quick View

    Pre-Order • Shipping Zones 6-12
    As low as $26.95

Product Reviews

X

Create new wish list

Go to top
SAVE TODAY! 10% OFF YOUR NEXT ORDER GREAT DEALS DELIVERED DAILY

Join our V.I.P. list! You'll save 10% on today's order and receive special offers, gardening tips and helpful resources daily. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

* required field