E AND B FARM

Eddie and Belinda Winters
541 J. C. Sullivan Road
Louisville, MS 39339
(662) 736-0914
belinda@eandbfarm.com
CANNA
Great for color in borders or perennial beds. Plant in full sun and water and fertilize for best results.  
Cannas attract hummingbirds.
BENGAL TIGER CANNA - $6

Really bright bold and colorful canna in foliage and flower. Yellow variegation is very nice
followed by orange flowers which contrast with the foliage. Great for color in borders or
perennial beds. Plant in full sun and water and fertilize for best results.  Cannas attract
hummingbirds.
E AND B FARM

Eddie and Belinda Winters
541 J. C. Sullivan Road
Louisville, MS 39339
(662) 736-0914
belinda@eandbfarm.com
Shipping  by USPS Priority Mail $8 for 1- 4 plants/bulbs and $.75 each
additional plant/bulb, Mississippi residents add 7% sales tax

IRISES, AMARYLLIS, CANNAS AND DAYLILIES CAN BE COMBINED INTO
ONE SHIPMENT!

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TROPICAL SUNRISE CANNA - $6

These large and spectacular flowers
are pale pink with yellow and
tangerine undertones. This lovely soft
coloring almost never seems to be the
same in any two flowers!This variety
grows 3-4' tall and blooms from July to
frost.  
PALE YELLOW CANNA - $2

Short and stunning! Only 3 feet tall with
large pale yellow flowers that are
speckled with red and orange.
ORANGE CANNA - $2

The wide-bladed, banana-like foliage
unfurls from stems up to 6 feet tall and
has a medium to deep green color.
Bright orange blossoms appear on
longs stems over the summer and fall.
Light: full or partial sun  
Soil: any soil, even poorly drained except for soggy, heavy clay soil which causes rhizomes to rot. Also  
suitable for water gardens and bogs, submerge pot about 6 inches.  
Growth Rate: moderate to fast
Hardiness: Zones 7 through 10, in colder climates, treat as annuals or dig up and protect rhizomes from
freezing. Replant in spring after ground has warmed.