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Canna ‘Scorch’

(Foliage Group)

Height Medium
Foliage Green
Form Branching
Flower Pink
Tillering Average

Canna ‘Scorch’ is a medium sized Foliage Group cultivar; dark green foliage, oval shaped, maroon margin, branching habit; triangular main stems, coloured green; spikes of flowers are erect, self-coloured peach, staminodes are narrow, labellum is peach, stamen is gold with pink spots, style is gold, 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; tillering is average.

The foliage has a wide burgundy secondary margin, giving the leaves the look of having been scorched by the sun, hence its name.

Canna ‘Scorch’
Claines Canna Collection 2006
Summary: A distinctive medium sized, green leaved cultivar with peachy pink blooms.
Size: Over 1m (3’3″), a strong clumper throwing many stems.
Flower: Peachy pink, narrow staminoides with small gold ticks on the tube end of the labellum. The stamen is gold with pink tick marks and the pistil is solid gold.
Foliage: Green, going towards dark green, and with traces of dark colouring on the reverse. The rim is a bold purple that blends into the green.