Canna lilies do not require specialized care. Feeding can be done using any fertilizer since these flowers are not picky about the type of feed they receive. For continuous and healthy flowering, always deadhead your plants. Make sure your plants are well-hydrated by watering them frequently.
Canna lily bulbs have a hard coat, which makes them challenging to sow. To break it, give your bulbs an acid bath before planting. Once they have softened, dig holes deep enough to cover the seeds during early spring and wait for them to sprout. Keep your bulbs sufficiently watered.
Cannas thrive well in direct sunlight. Although they can survive and produce flowers in partial shade, the flowers do not become as large and blight as when planted under direct sunlight. They can also be planted in pots for patio and walkways decorations in your home.