Floating Fragrance This prolific, award-winning water lily is a customer favorite because of its very long blooming season. The unique salmon-colored flowers stand 3 inches to 4 inches above the water’s surface and bloom late into the season with a pleasant fragrance. The flowers rise high above the dark green foliage, which makes them particularly striking from a distance! A truly astonishing water lily, “Colorado’ was hybridized by Dr. Kirk Strawn in 1994, and it is very free flowering. The flowers are 5-6 inches wide, the leaves are 5-7 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 3-5 feet wide. This water lily grows best in full to partial sun. We recommend growing ‘Colorado’ in a 7.5 quart or larger container (available from naturehills.com). Also available from naturehills.com is Aquatic Planting Media and Lilytabs Water Lily Fertilizer. This may be the hardiest water lily you will ever grow! With 5 hours of direct sun, it will consistently out-perform other hardy lilies. The flowers are magnificent, large, and relatively long-lasting. Cannot be shipped to: CA, MT, OR, WA or WY. * Fragrant Large 6 Salmon Colored Blooms* Long Blooming Season* Blooms Stand Above the Water.
7 of Gradations of Pink ‘Rembrandt’ water lilies feature beautiful pink flowers with red inner petals and a rose-red color on the outer petals. These beauties float gracefully on the surface among green leaves, with a hint of fragrance. The flowers are 5-6 inches wide, the leaves are 5-7 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 4-6 feet wide. Rembrandt grows best in full to partial sun. We recommend growing ‘Rembrandt’ in a 7.5 quart container (available from naturehills.com). * 7 Wide Flowers* Gradations of Pink Petals with Yellow Stamens* Full to Part Sun.
A Flotilla of Flowers Named for the brightest star in the sky, this outstanding lily lives up to its name by producing large purplish-red flowers in profusion. The leaves are maroon flecked before maturing to all green. ‘Sirius’ is truly a classic in the water lily world, hybridized by Latour-Marliac Nursery in 1913. The purple-red flowers are 6-7 inches wide, the large leaves are 10-11 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 5-6 feet wide. This water lily grows best in full to partial sun. We recommend growing ‘Sirius’ in a 7.5 quart or larger container. * Profusion of Large 7 Purple Red Flowers* Maroon Flecked Leaves Mature to Green* Part Sun.
Vibrant Yellow Water Lily The vibrant yellow of this water lily makes others look pale by comparison because it has the deepest yellow blooms of all the yellow lilies! It is no wonder that experts voted this “Hardy Waterlily of 2005.” It was dedicated by Dr. Kirk Strawn in 1993 to Joe Tomocik of the Denver Botanical Gardens, who named it for his daughter. Its flowers are held several inches above emerald green leaves. The yellow flowers are 4-5 inches wide, the leaves are 8-10 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 4-5 feet wide. This extremely adaptable plant grows best in full to partial sun, will survive winter climates, and is equally at home in a tub or a large pond! We recommend growing ‘Joey Tomocik’ in a 7.5 quart or larger container. ‘Joey Tomocik’ blooms as early as May, ends in October, and makes a beautiful addition to any pond or water garden! * Brilliant Yellow Flowers All Season* Cold Hardy* Full to Part Sun.
Fragrant Yellow Water Lily This lily’s reliability makes it great for anyone new to growing water lilies. ‘Charlene Strawn’ holds its flowers above the water surface and has a long blooming season. A highly fragrant lily with a free-flowering yellow color, this variety is a long-time favorite! It has slightly mottled pads, giving it an interesting look in any pond or water garden. The yellow flowers are 6-8 inches wide, the leaves are 8-9 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 3-5 feet wide. ‘Charlene Strawn’ grows best in full to partial sun. We recommend growing ‘Charlene Strawn’ in a 7.5 quart or larger container (available from naturehills.com). * Fragrant Yellow Blooms* Long Blooming Season* Full or Partial Sun.
Blushing Bather The faint blush pink of the flowers look almost white on first glance. The faint pink flowers are 4-5 inches wide, the leaves are 7-8 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 4-5 feet. Blooming from June to September, the showy, vanilla-scented, semi-double, pale pink flowers with golden-yellow centers are a colorful addition to any pond This outstanding ‘Marliacea Carnea’ water lily is suited to any size pond, particularly medium to large ponds. It even tends to bloom in partially shaded ponds! It needs plenty of space to grow, so makes an excellent choice for a lake or large, deep, wildlife pond. Its dark green leaves create a shady underwater habitat for native fish and amphibians. This free-flowering variety was hybridized by Latour-Marliac Nurseries in 1880, and it is still considered one of their finest creations. * Blushing Pale Pink 5 Flowers* Will Grow in Part Shade* Fragrant.
Huge Pink Flowers All Season ‘Pink Beauty’ is very popular due to its vibrant color and free-flowering nature. It has vibrant pink petals surounding a brilliant yellow center. The flower heads rise several inches above the waters’ surface. It may be the best blooming hardy lily in terms of numbers of flowers produced over a season. ‘Pink Beauty’ is also an ideal choice for low light conditions. This variety is also very adaptable, making it suitable for nearly any size pond or tub. The flowers are 4-6 inches wide, the leaves are 8-9 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 3-4 feet wide. We recommend growing ‘Pink Beauty’ in a 7.5 quart or larger container (available from naturehills.com). * Prolific 9 Pink Blooms All Season* Part Shade* Easily Grown in Container.