The type of plant?


1.Please tell me what type of plant this is, and how to put it away for the fall.

2. I live in Ohio, what the best plants for fall. Thank you in advance.

q the type of plant

Does anyone know the name of this planet, and how to put it away for the fall

  10 answers
  • Ro Ro on Aug 04, 2018

    Mums for fall

    this looks like hosta

  • Ebbjdl Ebbjdl on Aug 04, 2018

    JDub Hi, I don't know about plants, but I think they are called Elephant Ears. OurHome talk team will respond to your question, those who really know about plants.

  • Frances P Johnson Frances P Johnson on Aug 04, 2018

    It is a Canna Lilly best grown in Tropical climate . Protect it in winter . Mine are blooming now . In the South they tend to take over. Google Canna Lilly you can read all about them . Be Blessed !

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    • Linda Gardenhire Linda Gardenhire on Sep 04, 2018

      It is a Canna Lily. I live in zone 7 and I leave them in the ground to overwinter. Leave the foliage for protection (or mulch). They will appear in late spring and can be divided as desired.

  • Belinda Belinda on Aug 04, 2018

    I think Hosta, which needs shade, loves water. Elephant ears are large.

  • Ann Ann on Aug 04, 2018

    Frances knows her plants-!! plant in sun-they die back in fall-come back late spring/summer-grow tall (there are dwarf-you will find out next year for sure) mine are 6 feet tall-yellow flower-some are red or orange-love them

  • Rymea Rymea on Aug 04, 2018

    Definitely a Canna

  • Alfredia Hampton Alfredia Hampton on Aug 04, 2018

    Its a Canna lily. I have several different types.

  • Donna Donna on Sep 04, 2018

    Definitely a Canna. They have beautiful flowers and like sun. They die back

    in the winter and come back each spring. They are great plants. Mine have deep red flowers and with the blooms are about 4 ft tall. If you leave it in a pot it will need protection from the cold. Enjoy. Research for your area. But they are Cannas.

  • Laura Laura on Sep 04, 2018

    I live in Texas and have a bunch these Cannas in my backyard. In the late fall, I just cut them to about a foot or so and every year they come back. We get some pretty harsh weather here.

  • Holly Lengner - Lost Mom Holly Lengner - Lost Mom on Apr 26, 2021

    There are lots of free apps that help identify plants also with just a photo.