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Canna Lily Banana Punch

SKU: AM005757
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With banana yellow blooms offset by bright green, tall foliage, this Canna Lily is sure to be a conversation-starter in your garden. Growing to be about 36-48” and blooming in mid summer until frost, plant Banana Punch in the backdrop of your garden for a unique and colorful, long-lasting statement. Canna Lilies can also be planted in large containers on the patio or porch, creating a dramatic, tropical statement. These easy-to-grow flowers are deer resistant and hardy in zones 7-10. If you receive frost, you’ll want to dig them up for the winter. This yellow-flowering variety looks gorgeous on its own or paired with red and white varieties.
key features
Botanical Name
Canna Indica
Growing Zones
Zone 2, Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10
Deer Resistant, Easy To Grow, Container Planting
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Mature Height
36-48" tall
Bloom Time
Mid summer until frost


Growing Cannas, large and small. Canna lilies are wonderful in the garden. Growing fast, the full size selections quickly form a handsome large-leaved screen or an island of tropical-looking foliage from about 3 to 4 feet tall.. And then the show begins, and goes on for weeks and weeks. Huge, iris-like flowers begin to open, and before you know it, your canna lily plants have become the undisputed center of attention in your entire yard. They're really this spectacular, and a snap to grow. They're really wetland plants, and can grow in moist ground. Constant wetness isn't necessary, but water them often. Cannas are used as municipal plantings in many places like Miami. They are so good at taking care of themselves, they add great stripes of color in median strips, parks, and other places. So pick out a sunny spot in your garden or yard, and add cannas for the big show this summer.

Our good friend, Jack Scheper, the plant expert who runs, tells us that cannas are native to Central and South America, and many of the current hybrids also have a North American species as a parent. Jack grows cannas, and is a big enthusiast. As he says, the foliage "looks like a small banana tree without the trunk."