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Wine’n Roses

Canna ‘Wine’n Roses’

(Crozy Group)

Origin Quality Gladiolus Gardens
Height Medium
Foliage Dark
Form Spreading
Flower Pink
Blooming Good bloomer
Flowering July/August/September/October/Until frosts
Tillering Slow

Canna ‘Wine’n Roses’ is a medium sized Crozy Group cultivar; dark foliage, oblong shaped, acute apex, maroon margin, spreading habit; oval main stems, coloured purple; clusters of flowers are open, self-coloured rose, throat yellow, staminodes are medium size, edges frilled, style is yellow, petals purple with farina, fully self-cleaning, good bloomer, flowers in July until frosts in northern temperate zone, 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 pink and purple; tillering is slow.

Ian Cooke, The Gardeners Guide to Growing Cannas
(M) This cultivar bears a similarity to ‘Red Wine’. Blossoms are large and coloured a deep rose-red over dark burgundy foliage. From specialist nurseries, and at present generally only in he USA.
Huge blossoms of deep rose on beautiful burgundy ovate leaves. Flowers are nested in the very tip of the 3 to 3·5 foot plants.
Hart Canna, 2003, Internet January 2003
Recent American variety. Medium height. Bronze foliage. Pale rose-pink flowers with a darker centre. £8.00 for pack of 3 rhizomes.
Claines Canna Collection 2006
Summary: Ovate burgundy leaves, tinted with green, topped by huge deep rose blossoms, crimpled petals, and a touch of yellow in the throat.
Size: Medium height.
Flower: Hugh deep rose blossoms, crimpled petals, touch of yellow in the throat.
Foliage: Ovate burgundy leaves, tinted with green.