Thor Dalebø.


Canna ‘Allegheny’
(Crozy Group)

ORIGIN A. Harris, USA, 2003
HEIGHT Medium, 1-2 metres
FOLIAGE Light green
FORM Upright

A medium sized Crozy Group cultivar; light green foliage, oval-acuminate shaped, white margin, upright habit; round stems, coloured green; flowers are open, self-coloured salmon, staminodes are large, edges irregular, blooms open in the early morning; fertility unknown.

The colour of the flowers changes with the seasons, and by late autumn (fall) the flowers are a ‘sizzling hot’ orange in colour.

Our earliest reference to this specimen is Karchesky and Harris Canna, 2006.

Named for the Allegheny mountains, running through the state of Pennsylvania, the home of Alice Harris.