0010010 nbsp; 0010010 nbsp; The canna in the canna base requires a lot of sunlight. More sunshine can make the flowers of the canna bloom—this is what you want. Canna is famous for its bright and beautiful flowers and complex and colorful leaf shapes. Give the plants the sunlight they need to reach a beautiful garden you have.
The planting site needs to be well drained. Although the canna in the canna base can survive in different soils, the soil drainage is better. The method to determine whether the location is suitable is to check the soil after heavy rain (hose irrigation). If the soil still has puddles five or six hours after irrigation, you will need to find the next location. Although cannabis prefer moist soil, their roots do not like being soaked.
If you have no other place to plant, you can add organic matter to the soil to help the planting site drain. You can use compost, peat moss or bark to raise the planting site 5-7. 5 cm. These things can be bought at local flower shops or garden supply shops.
Remember the influence of wind when choosing a location. If you want to plant tall canna, you need to choose a location that is protected from strong winds. Under strong wind, the petiole of the canna base will break and cannot be recovered.
The loose soil depth is about 30. 5 to 38 cm. Rake or garden shovel can be used. When loosening the soil, mix a layer of 5 to 10 cm of compost. Composting can increase the nutrient content of the soil and benefit the growth of canna
Dig a hole from 5 to 7. 5 cm for each rhizome. Place the individual rhizomes or tubers in the hole with the growth point facing up. The distance between short and middle plants is about 30 cm, and the distance between tall plants is at least 60 cm. Fill the soil with holes and tubers. Pat the soil and water it better. Watering this area facilitates the fixation of the soil around the tubers.