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Hardy Water Canna (Thalia dealbata) 2" Potted Hardy Marginal Plant

Hardy Water Canna (Thalia dealbata) 2" Potted Hardy Marginal Plant

Regular price $14.99 USD
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Bring a touch of exotic beauty to your pond with the Hardy Water Canna (Thalia dealbata). This stunning marginal pond plant features striking, lance-shaped leaves that stand tall and proud, creating a dramatic focal point in any aquatic garden.

The Hardy Water Canna is known for its resilience, thriving in both full sun and partial shade. It can grow in water up to 6 inches deep, making it perfect for the edges of ponds or water features. In summer, this plant produces delicate lavender-blue flowers that add a splash of color and attract pollinators like bees and butterflies.

Easy to care for and low maintenance, the Hardy Water Canna is a great choice for beginners and experienced pond enthusiasts alike. Its vigorous growth habit helps control algae and provides shade and shelter for fish and other pond inhabitants.

Add a touch of elegance and charm to your pond with the Hardy Water Canna. Order yours today and enjoy the beauty and benefits of this stunning aquatic plant!

            Hardiness zones: 6 - 10
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            • Hitchhiker Warning

              We recommend cleaning all plants before adding them to your tank. We regularly perform quality checks prior to shipping plants. However, we cannot guarantee our plants to be snail or hitchhiker-free. If you do not want to risk snails, please consider rinsing plants, conducting a bleach dip, or quarantining plants prior to adding them in your aquarium. Snails are a natural part of working with live plants.