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Carnaval (2)

CannaCarnaval (2)’
syn. Prins Carnaval

HEIGHT Medium, 1-2 metres
FORM Spreading
FLOWER Multi-coloured
FLOWERING Low bloomer

CannaCarnaval (2)’ is a medium sized cultivar; green foliage, oblong shaped, spreading habit; round stems, coloured green; flowers are open, orange with a yellow margin, staminodes are medium size, low bloomer, blooms open in the early morning; fertile both ways, not true to type, not self-pollinating, capsules round.

This cultivar should not be confused with CannaCarnaval’, introduced in 1911.

Ian Cooke, The Gardeners Guide to Growing Cannas
This is a new introduction from Ernest Turc. Flowers are bright tangerine orange with a lighter golden edge and over stippling of gold. The foliage is green. (The name is also registered to a salmon-pink Vilmorin-Andrieux introduction of 1911. Another example of the confusion in Canna naming.)
Ernest Turc, Angers, France
Clear orange edged and spotted with gold. Foliage deep green. 1·3m. New for 2000(Translated)
Hart Canna, 2003, Internet January 2003
A new French variety. Flowers orange with a yellow border. Green foliage. Medium height. £8.00 for 3 rhizomes
Claines Canna Collection 2006
Flowers are a bright tangerine orange with a lighter golden edge, overstippled with gold. The leaves are green and grow to about 1m (3’3″) tall.