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Thank you Alliebono!! That's good news!! :)
If they are in a sheltered sunny spot they will grow anywhere. I grew them for years in UK. Beautiful flower on this one - tfs!
Thank you Snooker!! : ))
Certainly a pretty one.
Thank you for the extra information Rob!! Yes, I guess the fence protects it a bit. We certainly don't see many of these. Your Peach Tea Cake looks wonderful. I copied the recipe. Thank you!! : )))
It's definitely a Canna Lily Cathy - we have them growing everywhere here! They only flower once on each rhizome - and send out new plants each year!! I'm a bit surprised that they grow in your climate - It must be in a very protected spot!! Thanks!!
Thanks for your note Brian. The webpage says they have to be moved to a warm place for the winter. I'm not sure if the owners did that or not. I will make a note to look for your pictures next summer!! : )))
Gorgeous, I've always believed them to be tender plants that can't be planted outdoors. This is in the diary, for next year!
Oh!!! Thank you Wshealy!!! I googled Canna Lily and there it was!!! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canna_(plant)Hi Lorna!! Thank you for your note. I love the colour too!!Thank you Ank. It was new to me too!!Thanks Lyndee. Yes, I think you're right. Warbler will know all about this one!!!
I believe it is what we call a "canna lily."
Warbler will be able to help you with this Cevas......he knows everything! Really! :)
Never saw this before Cathy. But it is a beauty.
I am no help I am afraid Cathy, but it is a lovely colour!
Thank you Laurajane! : )
Nor do I, but I agree...very nice!
My thoughts exactly Morris!!! : )
Don't know what it is, but I like it!