A tall Australian Group cultivar; dark green foliage, oval and cupped shaped, maroon margin, upright habit; spikes of flowers are cupped, pale-rose and cream, staminodes are large, edges serrated, fully self-cleaning, outstanding bloomer; fertile both ways, not self-pollinating or true to type, capsules globose. Introduced by Bernard Yorke, Queensland, Australia in 2008.
A hand-cross between Canna 'Red Stripe' x C. 'Bengal Tiger'. Bernard confided that, "From this cross, I have obtained several Look alike Wyomings... in fact, their blooms are somewhat larger than Wyoming. With this cross, there were, to my mind, a lot of trash types, but I still have quite a few of them growing as they may be good for hybridizing on account of their vigorous stock."