Jani írta:Cana indicana.
The name canna was applied to this genus as early as 1576 and was formally given to the genus by Linnaeus in his seminal work Species Plantarum.
Canna are the only genus in the family Cannaceae. Cannaceae is in the order Zingibales and is thus distantly related to Banana (Musa), Bird-of-Paradise (Strelitzia), Heliconia, Maranta, and Ginger (Zingiber). Like these, canna is a monocot.
The ten wild species according to Maas are:
Canna flaccida - used as a source of yellow flowers and scent in modern cultivars.
Canna glauca - used extensively in modern cultivars for its form and tolerance of wet feet.
Canna indica - parent of agricultural cannas. Used extensively in modern cultivars for its form, branched inflorescences and early flowering.
Canna iridiflora - used extensively in modern cultivars for large flowers, long bloom period, self-cleaning flowers, and cold tolerance.
Canna liliiflora - used extensively in modern cultivars for large flowers, off-white flower color, and flower scent. It has poor cold tolerance and is difficult to grow.
The nine additional species according to Tanaka are:
Canna discolor - Maas considers this to be Canna indica. This is the main agricultural species.
Canna patens - Maas considers this to be Canna indica.
Canna speciosa - Maas considers this to be Canna indica.
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