Different Color Shades of Yellow Cannas

The Yellow Cannas that I grow, well here they are, all the pictures below have yellow as the base color and there are more that are bi-colored with yellow in them, here I will cover the cannas where yellow only makes up the most of the base color.

Have any yellow colored cannas in your garden? We'd love to see your yellow flowering cannas.

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Some of the them have flowers that are rich and sunny while others are more soft and paler in color.

Picture Gallery Of Yellow Garden Cannas with Green and Colored Leaves

Yellow canna names and heights, short growing varieties are up to one meter, medium is from above one to two meters and tall cannas are listed as above two meters.
These heights are measured from the ground to the top of the flowers.

You can visit each cultivator whose name is underlined below for pictures and full descriptions about that particular plant.

Austria, medium at 1.6 meters tall, green foliage.

Burbank, medium at 1.9 meters, green foliage.

Ebpapei, medium at 1.3, green foliage.

Frau Gartenburg, medium at 1.6, green foliage.

Gem, medium at 1.5, green foliage.

Gem form 2, medium at 1.7, green foliage.

Species canna Glauca, grows up to 1.5 meters tall, slender glaucous blue green foliage.

Goldbird, medium height at 1.3 meters, green foliage.

Jarluigi, medium at 1.2, green foliage.

Louis Cottin, short at 0.80cm, copper yellow to apricot, colored foliage.

Moulin Aurora, medium at 1.2, colored foliage.

Pixie, shorter medium 1.1, green foliage.

Aquatic Canna Ra, medium at 1.7 meters tall, blue green foliage.

Yellow cannas Semaphore, medium height at 1.7, colored foliage.

Tequila Sunrise, medium at 1.2, green foliage.

Trinaciria Variegata, medium at 1.4, variegated, yellow striped white flower.

Uturae, medium height at 1.9 meters, green foliage.

Other yellow that are spotted cannas iclude Austra, C. F. Cole, Colibri, Elizabeth Hoss, En Avant, Florence Vaughan, Gem and another I have as the Gem form 2, Giselle, Jarhondarh, M. Holtz, Richard Wallace 2, Rosemund Coles, and the dwarf growing Tropical Yellow.

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Yellow Garden Cannas! What Other Visitors Have Said

Click on the links below to see some great reviews about Gardening with Cannas and how they have been used. They were all written by other visitors to this page.

What cultivar is this Canna? 
I have seeds from the attached yellow canna with variegated foliage. Is this Canna indica or Canna generalis and what cultivar is it? Hoping you can tell …

My 'Love Child' Surprise! 
After recovering from my avoidence of planting yellow flowers & now loving the variety in the yellows of many canna blooms, as I've previously mentioned, …

Originally, I didn't like yellow cannas .. guess because it has never been my favourite colour & quite often 'over done' as a colour in gardens to the …

Canna 'Frau Gartenburg' aka Canna 'Garton Baudie' Not rated yet
Well, it was I.D'd as the latter, but I have learned that it is correctly named 'Canna Frau Gartenburg' .. never mind, it's ONE of my 'faves'! It grew …

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