|This variety has shell pink flowers that turn white the 2nd day and greenish pink sepals that turn white. It has 10 inch green leaves with an orange spot in the center and red undersides. Allow this lily to form a colony of several rhizomes for the most numerous blooms. Good for natural or very large ponds. Plant height varies with depth of pool.
Commonly referred to as "Water Lilies" these plants have adapted to living in a total water environment. The leaves of these plants are individually supported on leaf stalks called petioles. Water Lily blossoms vary greatly in color and size. They enjoy neutral to alkaline water and grow best in full sun. Planting should be done in water no cooler than 75 degrees F. If the water is too cool the plant will enter a dormant state.