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James H. Schutte

This genus of water-loving plants encompasses approximately 50 species, which are distributed in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Waterlilies have been cultivated for thousands of years and there are hundreds of cultivated varieties available.

All species of Nymphaea have floating, rounded to oval leaves with a cleft at the base. These are supported by long, flexible stems that are submerged. Throughout the growing season large, colorful, multi-petaled flowers with numerous...

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James H. Schutte

(Tropical Night-blooming Waterlily, Trudy Slocum Waterlily)

The night-blooming tropical waterlily, ‘Trudy Slocum’ is free-flowering and pungently scented. Its clear white semi-double flowers surround lots of yellow pollen-carrying anthers. The blooms are held above the water’s surface, open around sunset and close at noon the following day. The large round leaves are green with brown-green undersides and float on the surface of the water. (New leaves have occasional purple blotches.) They are supported by flexible brown stems that rise from rhizomes growing...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hardy Waterlily, Virgin Waterlily)

The hardy waterlily ‘Virginalis’ is a very free-flowering cultivar with cup-shaped white flowers held above the water surface. Its petals are lovely white surrounding a center of yellow stamens. The flowers are lightly fragrant in only the newest blossoms. This 1910 hybrid has round, green floating leaves that emerge purpled or bronzed. They are supported by flexible green or light brown stems that arise from a thick rhizome growing hortizontally in mucky soil below.

Waterlilies require full...

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Jesse Saylor

This genus of water-loving plants encompasses approximately 50 species, which are distributed in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Waterlilies have been cultivated for thousands of years and there are hundreds of cultivated varieties available.

All species of Nymphaea have floating, rounded to oval leaves with a cleft at the base. These are supported by long, flexible stems that are submerged. Throughout the growing season large, colorful, multi-petaled flowers with numerous...

Image of Nymphaea

James H. Schutte

This genus of water-loving plants encompasses approximately 50 species, which are distributed in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Waterlilies have been cultivated for thousands of years and there are hundreds of cultivated varieties available.

All species of Nymphaea have floating, rounded to oval leaves with a cleft at the base. These are supported by long, flexible stems that are submerged. Throughout the growing season large, colorful, multi-petaled flowers with numerous...

Image of Nymphaea

James H. Schutte

This genus of water-loving plants encompasses approximately 50 species, which are distributed in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Waterlilies have been cultivated for thousands of years and there are hundreds of cultivated varieties available.

All species of Nymphaea have floating, rounded to oval leaves with a cleft at the base. These are supported by long, flexible stems that are submerged. Throughout the growing season large, colorful, multi-petaled flowers with numerous...

Image of Nymphaea

Slocum Water Gardens

(Hardy Waterlily)

Beautiful golden yellow flowers grace the hardy waterlily, 'Yellow Queen'. Bred by noted waterlily breeder Perry D. Slocum, it was a selected as a seedling of 'Texas Dawn' and first introduced in 1991. The bright blooms shine above deep olive green pads that float on the water. They are supported by flexible purple stems that arise from rhizomes that anchor the plant in the mucky soil below.

Waterlilies require full to partial sun and sites with calm, shallow, warm freshwater. Hardy cultivars,...

(European White Waterlily, Nenuphar, White Lotus)

This white-flowered pond-dweller is native to most of Eurasia and portions of North Africa.

The large, dark green, circular leaves and creamy white flowers of Nymphaea alba float on pliant stems that arise from a horizontal, submerged rhizome. The leaves have a deep "notch" at their stem end. The broad, lightly fragrant, solitary blooms appear from late spring to late summer. Each flower has 12 to 33 symmetrically radiating petals and a central starburst of large yellow anthers. A plump,...

Image of Nymphaea odorata photo by: TL

TL

This genus of water-loving plants encompasses approximately 50 species, which are distributed in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Waterlilies have been cultivated for thousands of years and there are hundreds of cultivated varieties available.

All species of Nymphaea have floating, rounded to oval leaves with a cleft at the base. These are supported by long, flexible stems that are submerged. Throughout the growing season large, colorful, multi-petaled flowers with numerous...

Image of Nymphaea odorata

James H. Schutte

This genus of water-loving plants encompasses approximately 50 species, which are distributed in temperate and tropical regions worldwide. Waterlilies have been cultivated for thousands of years and there are hundreds of cultivated varieties available.

All species of Nymphaea have floating, rounded to oval leaves with a cleft at the base. These are supported by long, flexible stems that are submerged. Throughout the growing season large, colorful, multi-petaled flowers with numerous...