Photographic Print. Exotic red and yellow dappled Canna Indica Florence Vaughan flower in Tenerife.
Canna Indica is often known as Indian shot, not actually a lily but in the species of Cannaceae and in the plant order of Zigiberales. The Cannaceae family is related to gingers, bananas and calatheas. The flowers are hermaphrodite and it has been a minor food crop cultivated by the indigineous peoples of the tropical Americas for thousands of years but has been naturalised in many countries across the world including Tenerife in the Canaries. Cannas boomed in the late 1800s as Victorian gardeners celebrated all things exotic. At the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, the Columbian Exposition, huge crowds and rave reviews greeted an enormous display of cannas but out of all these, only one seems to survive, the flamboyant Florence Vaughan, a descendant of the 1893 World's Fair.
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