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Jesse Saylor

(Tropical Day-blooming Waterlily)

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)

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

(Charles de Meurville Waterlily, Hardy Daylily)

The hardy waterlily ‘Charles de Meurville’ is an exquisite free-flowering cultivar with star-shaped, lightly scented flowers held above the water surface. Its innermost petals are deep fuchsia while the outermost ones a pure pink. The center is filled with orange stamens. This hybrid has dark green floating leaves with dark green undersides with visible lighter green veins. They are supported by flexible purple stems that arise from a thick rhizome growing hortizontally in mucky soil below.

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James H. Schutte

(Hardy Waterlily)

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

Jesse Saylor

(Hardy Waterlily)

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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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tropical Day-blooming Viviparous Waterlily)

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

(Hardy Waterlily)

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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Mark A. Miller

(Hardy Day-Blooming Waterlily, Hardy Waterlily)

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

(Denver Waterlily, Hardy Waterlily)

The hardy waterlily ‘Denver’ is a free-flowering perennial cultivar with double white, cup-shaped, lightly scented flowers held above the water surface. Its petals are white but with a hint of yellow surrounding a center is filled with yellow stamens. This hybrid has green floating leaves with red-brown undersides with green veins. They are supported by flexible light green stems that arise from a thick rhizome growing hortizontally in mucky soil below.

Waterlilies require full to partial sun...

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James H. Schutte

(Director George T. Moore Waterlily, Tropical Day-blooming Waterlily)

The day-blooming tropical waterlily ‘Director George T. Moore’ is a very free-flowering cultivar with possibly the richest colored deep violet petals imaginable. These beautifully fragranced, large flowers are held above the water surface and become broadly wide by the end of the first day. They begin to close in the early evening. The pollen-carrying anthers in the flower's center are also violet. This waterlily has nearly perfectly round green floating leaves with few purple blotches. Leaf undersides...