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James H. Schutte

(Hardy Day-Blooming Waterlily, Hardy Waterlily)

The hardy waterlily ‘James Brydon’ is a free-flowering hybrid cultivar dating to 1900. It boasts brilliant rosy-red, cup-shaped flowers that are held slightly above the water surface and have a scent reminiscent of ripe apples. Its floating leaves are rounded, bronzy green and have purple-red undersides. The new leaves are purple-brown as they unfurl and have dark purple splotches that slowly disappear. They are supported by flexible purple stems that arise from rhizomes that anchor the plant in...

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Mark A. Miller

(James Gurney Waterlily, Tropical Night-Blooming Water Lily)

The night-blooming tropical waterlily ‘James Gurney’ is a free-flowering cultivar with rich coral-rose petals and orange pollen-carrying anthers in the center. It is a classic cultivar, first debuting at the turn of the 20th century. These pungently scented, large flowers are held above the water surface and open around sunset and close around noon the following day. This waterlily has large, floating reddish dark green leaves with scalloped or cut edges. They are supported by flexible stems that...

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James H. Schutte

(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...

Image of Nymphaea

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

(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

James H. Schutte

(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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Mark A. Miller

(King of Siam Waterlily, Tropical Day-blooming Waterlily)

The day-blooming tropical waterlily ‘King of Siam’ is a true double-flowered cultivar with impressive deep blue petals. These nicely scented, flat-star flowers are held above the water surface and begin to close in the early evening around sunset. This cultivar is sterile and lacks the many anthers and stamens in the flower center. This waterlily has oval, green floating leaves with reddish purple undersides. They are supported by flexible pinkish brown stems that arise from a rhizome growing in...

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James Burghardt

(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

(Leopardess Waterlily, Tropical Day-blooming Waterlily)

The day-blooming tropical waterlily ‘Leopardess’ is a free-flowering cultivar best regarded for its attractive floating leaves. Its flowers are blue with purple-tipped petals and are only slightly fragrant. The cuplike blossom opens in the morning and closes by sunset. This waterlily has nearly round, purple floating leaves with green blotches. Leaf undersides are green with innumerable purple spots. They are supported by flexible, dull brown stems that arise from a rhizome growing in mucky soil...

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Jesse Saylor

(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...