This water lily was awarded the *Banksian medal for the best new lily of 2000. Star of Zanzibar tropical water lily features gorgeous deep blue flowers and richly mottled foliage. A true showpiece..
This lily is a very good performer producing large multiple flowers during its long blooming season .The flowers of Star of Zanzibar’s overall compact growth habit makes it perfect for any size pond. We recommend
Blue Spider tropical water lily features impressive rich blue flowers outlined in purple. The flowers are enhanced by the variegated "spider web" foliage. A great performer and wonderful addition to your water garden. This tropical water lily propagates very quickly filling your water garden with beautiful blue blooms. Always add aquatic fertilizer on a regular basis to insure best performance.
TEMPERATURE: Slightly cold tolerant.
CHARACTERISTICS: Non-Viviparous - Free Flowering, Fragrant, True Blue
Duaben Blue Tropical Water lilies are one of the most prolific blooming of all water lilies. It’s light blue buds and flowers lift far above the water surface. Duaben is a viviparous pond plant sometimes even the plantlet can bloom while still attached to the leaf. This tropical lily is a great choice for a small pond or tub garden. Each flower is known to last 7-10 days. Does best when
This beautiful lily was named after Lilypons own Margaret Koogle in 1964 by her Grandfather, George L. Thomas Jr, when she was only 2 years old. It is perfect for smaller ponds and ponds in partial shade. The flowers are very fragrant and once Margaret Mary starts to bloom it is rarely without a flower.
Margret Mary is a medium sized tropical water lily. With 3 to 4-inch cup-shaped, then star-like, pale-blue blooms. 8-inch, deep-green, lightly
The flowers of this hybrid introduced in 1931 by August Koch are large, sky-blue, saucer-shaped, with broad petals held high above the water's surface. Leaves are green, marbled brown Has a wonderful aromatic scent and flowers profusely Pamela it has sky blue flowers. 6 to 9 inches in diameter, saucer shaped, with broad petals and long peduncles holding them high above the water's surface. Leaves are green and marbled with brown.
An excellent bloomer, long blooming season.
This Hardy water lily has free flowering peachy/orange petals with mottled in burgundy, maturing to green leaves. Later into the summer part of the season it may even bloom more of a salmon color It is described as a very good bloomer. Often the first to start blooming in the spring and the last one blooming in the fall.
If you are looking for an aquatic pond plant that can take both full sun and
This hardy water lily was named Best New Waterlily for 2010, beating out 30 other entrants in the competition sponsored by the International Waterlily (IWGS) and Water Gardening Society (IWGS).
Nymphaea ‘Wanvisa’ is the first hardy variety to be named ‘Best in Pond’ since the competition began in 1997.
This water lily is a great addition to any pond. It is very hardy and able to bloom even in shadier conditions. It does
Comanche is the largest and the showiest of the orange "changeable" hardy water lilies.
Blossom opens yellow and turns to a more coppery bronze. Newest leaves are bronzy with a red flecked purple underside. Flower is cup-like then star-like. Very pleasant fragrance. It is nice to have a water lily that will look nice in your pond all season long. Tolerates shade. Comanche
Gonnere is one of my all time favorite White Hardy Water Lilies. It is fairly free flowering. It almost looks like it has to many petals. Some White lilies have hints of other colors but this is a pure white flower with yellow stamen. Ball shaped, large double flowers. Rich green foliage. It will go well with any bog choices like Water Thalia or Horsetail.
Except for the very hot zones of