Canna ‘Madame Crozy’ is a cultivar of average size from the Crozy group with deep red flowers, trimmed with a gold rim. The leaves are large and green with a white border.
The rhizome is quite thick (3 cm), coloured purple.
This cultivar was developed in 1890 Pierre Antoine Marie Crozy and named in honour of his wife.
Canna ‘Mrs Crozy’, Canna ‘Mrs Croky’
Cultivar developed by A. Crozy in 1890 in Lyon (France)
USDA Zone 7, -15 °C
Fertile and moist but well drained
Division of the rhizome
- plenty of water during the summer
- does not tolerate drought
- fertilize monthly during the growing period
- division of rhizome: in March
- remove the faded flowers to encourage further blooming
- can be grown near a pond, in pots or in the ground
- Canna Madame Crozy: Claines Canna