Thor Dalebö.


Canna ‘Alberich’
syns. Albéric, Albèric, Alberick, Albricht
(Premier Group)

ORIGIN Pfitzer, 1949
HEIGHT Small, under 1 metre
FOLIAGE Glaucous green
FORM Branching
FLOWERING Good bloomer

A small Premier Group cultivar; glaucous green foliage, mucronate shaped, maroon margin, branching habit; round stems, coloured purple; flowers are open, pink (RHS 38A) and salmon, staminodes are large, edges lightly frilled, labellum is streaked with pale yellow, stamen is markeded with pale yellow, petals purple with farina, fully self-cleaning, good bloomer, blooms open in the early morning; fertile both ways, not self-pollinating or true to type, capsules globose; rhizomes are thick, up to 3 cm in diameter, coloured white and purple; tillering is slow.

The leaves are distinctively cupped at the tips. Overall, the plant has a wide combination of colours that make it stand out.

Our earliest reference to this specimen is Hart Canna, 2000, Internet October 2000.