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Old 07-22-2012, 05:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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While doing this I realized I have 16 kinds of Cannas 16 Kinds Of EE's and 6 Kinds of Bananas- That's not counting all the other single plants I have and all the ones I still want!
In this one Ensete Glacum Canna Stuttgart and Picasso, Philo Hope, plus Coleus and Daylilies.

Ensete maurelii, lilies, other stuff in the background, etc.

Robudora Super Max- and Papayas from the Compost

Another Robudora Canna Tropicanna, Colocasia Mojito, Giant Calla in the Background

Hedichiums getting ready to blooms, Alocasia Mayan Mask, Xantho, plus trachy and Velutina in the Background

Velutina Blooming, Canna Austrailia, and Colocasia Black Beauty.

Colocasia Black Beauty

colocasia Blue Hawaii

Can anyone ID this Canna? Got it from Big Bloomers as Espresso Carnival, but I know that's not right

Colocasia Fontanesii

Orinoco Getting Huge, Alocasia Portora, Colocasia Diamond Head, Trachy, Hedichiums, etc.

Clumping Bamboo and Coffee cups

Center Bed

Orinoco, Canna Ermine, Blueberry Sparkler, Robudora Supermax, Colocasia Black beauty, Musa Bordelon

Canna Bird of Paradise, Trachy, Basjoo, Thai Giant

Thai Rainbow Canna, Diamond Head, Alocasia Odora

Giant Alocaisa Portora
Velutina, Lilies, Hardy Tapioca

Big Trachy's in Front

Front Walk with Musa Dwarf Cavendish, Hedychium, Iris, EE's Etc.

Front: Orinoco, EE's Trachy, Pindo in the back, Cannas etc...

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