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Canna ‘Red King Humbert’ Bin Box

Our Platinum Performers® have been carefully selected by DeGroot with your customer in mind.  Each variety in this collection has been chosen for qualities which lead to success.  They are easy grow, dependable, and offer longer bloom times.

Platinum Performers® ‘Red King Humbert’ Open top Bin Box is an excellent retail solution for retail capper packages on shelves or endcaps.  Each bin box includes eye-catching POP on the front of each bin and retail capper packages.  Bin boxes are each sold separately or order a variety to customize your own display!

‘Red King Humbert’ is a splendid, especially tall canna, reaching heights up to 6 feet. They are especially desirable for their distinctive foliage, which slowly turns from green to an exotic, reddish-bronze. The flowers range from bright red to reddish orange and bloom in mid-to-late summer. ‘Red King Humbert’ Cannas are showy tropical flowers. They are at home in any tropical garden but are especially striking when used in unexpected ways, such as a focal point in an urban garden. This Canna is also marvelous in water gardens!

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(Bin Box Dimensions:  15.5“l x 6“w x 13“d)


# Description Qty per Unit Units Available Price/Unit
CA897000 Canna 'Red King Humbert' Bin Box 15 out of stock $0.00

Plant Details +

Botanical Canna x generalis 'Red King Humbert'
Common Name Canna
Family Cannaceae
Size 2-5 eye
Height 5-6'
Spacing 12-18"
Hardiness Tender
Exposure Full sun
Foliage Reddish bronze foliage
Flower Bright red-orange
Bloomtime Midsummer - Fall

Planting/Care Instructions +

Planting Instructions: Plant in spring, after the ground, warms to about 50º F. 1. Dig a hole 2-4" deep. 2. Place rhizome in the hole. 3. Cover with soil and water thoroughly. Cannas thrive in sunlight, heat, and humidity. Give Cannas plenty of water during the growing season. Space plants 12-18" apart. Plant heights 3-4'. Canna should be lifted before the first frost of fall in areas where the ground freezes. Dig, dry-off then place rhizomes in a well ventilated frost-free place for the winter.