Outdoor Tropical Plants: Part 1

Outdoor Tropical Plants: Part 1

Join Kirsten Segler from The Greenery and discover some fun tropical plants! All of these Colocasia and Canna Lily tropicals feature large leaves and come in a variety of colours. These plants tend to do best in half day sun, half day shade. Use shade cloth over the plants to create the perfect light filter! Part 1 of the series focuses on the tropical plants we’ve grown in our water feature. If you plan to plant these in the water as well, please be aware that they will grow much larger than if you plant them in the ground or in a pot! Featured Tropical Plants: – Colocasia “Fontanesii” -“Pretoria” (Similar to Canna Lily “Tropicanna Gold”) – Canna Lily “Durban” (Similar to Canna Lily “Tropicanna”) – Colocasia “Diamond Head” – Colocasia “Elena” – Colocasia “Illustris” – Canna Lily “Australia” – Colocasia “Black Magic” ====================== Check out Part 1 of the Outdoor Tropical Plants: youtu.be ====================== The Greenery Garden Centre is located in Kelowna, BC. We are a family owned and operated business that is open to the public for the four Spring months each year. For over 25 years we have grown one of the largest selections of garden plants at our Okanagan nursery. In over 2.5 acres of greenhouses, we are growing crops all year in preparation for the following season. We offer an abundance of exciting plant choices, including over 19000 hanging baskets, wallbags & planters, thousands of different annuals, basket stuffers, vegetables, herbs, berries
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  1. this video should have a disclaimer: Warning–the following information is Wrong! Do Not Use any of the information in this Video, or your plants will Die!…saying that Aloe needs no heat or sunlight is basically saying that a Sunflower plant doesnt need sunlight…Ugh! typical “ExpertVillage” video

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