Toucan Yellow Canna Lily (Canna x generalis 'Toucan Yellow')
KAN-nah ex jen-er-AL-iss 'Toucan Yellow'

Annual in the Cannaceae Family


Plant Data

Mature Size 18 - 96 inches tall. 18 - 72 inches wide.
Sun Exposure Full Sun - Full Sun
Moisture Tolerance Medium - Wet
Zones 7a - 10b
Tags Deer Resistant, Wet Site Tolerant, Annual in Chicago, Tender Perennials, Tropical, Showy Flowers, Thrillers
Bloom Period July to August

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