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Water Plants

We’re pleased to offer to you a wide variety of beautiful pond plants including: water lilies, bog plants, lotus and floating plants.

Water Garden 101

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All you add is water…. How about a “pond in a pot” ? We have some beautiful, fragrant lilies ready for you. Water Gardens are perfect: put a couple guppies in to eat all the bugs (especially mosquito larvae!), provide interest and display their graceful beauty. Any water garden size creates an oasis for you and also for birds, butterflies, dragonflies and even small fish. They nestle nicely in small spaces such as balconies or lanai, but they can also be tucked into nooks and crannies in spacious gardens. A pond in a pot can be a terrific first gardening effort for children....

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Albert Greenberg

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Albert Greenberg

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Rose-yellow blooms. Autumn Shades. Flower shape is cup-like. Heavily mottled foliage. Very lovely fragrance. 1 GL $35.00 ...

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Victoria Amazonica

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~ Nymphaea Victoria Amazonica  The most interesting thing about this flower is the large leaves that it creates. The leaves can grow up to 18 inches in size and can hold up to 300 pounds, the leaves are flat before growing rims at the edge of the leaf. The leaves are strong and stiff thanks to the strong bottom of the leaves. The bottoms are covered with spines to help support the ribs. The bottom of the leaf is maroon in color. 2 to 3 GL...

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Barbara Dobbins

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Barbara Dobbins

~ Peach Hardy Water Lily (Nymphaea) Rich peach colored cup-shaped flowers of this hardy water lily pond plant are held high above the foliage even on very young plants. This pond plant is very free flowering and the leaves are green with moderate burgundy mottling. Will do well in part shade   1 GL  ...

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Blue Aster

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Blue Aster

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Has deep blue flowers and green leaves spreading 4-5 feet, is fragrant and very free flowering.   1  GL  $35.00

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Bull’s-eye pink

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Bull’s-eye pink

~ Tropical Bright fluorescent pink colored flowers held high above strikingly mottled pads. The flowers of this water lily are quite large in size with up to 50 petals and remain open till later in the evening than most other tropical’s. Very prolific bloomer. Eye-catching from a distance away. 1 GL $45.00 ...

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Carla’s Sonshine

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Carla’s Sonshine

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Its numerous deep yellow flowers displayed above the mottled leaves make this a great addition to any size pond ‘Carla’s Sonshine is the first yellow viviparous tropical water lily on the...

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Jack Woods

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Jack Woods

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) This water lily was introduced by John Wood in 1972. The petals are raspberry with butter gold centers. The ruby stamens add a delightful color combination to this lily. It is a very profuse bloomer. 1 GL $35.00 ...

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Joey Tomocik

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Joey Tomocik

~ Yellow Hardy Water Lilly (Nymphaea) Cup-shaped, without doubt the most vivid yellow hardy water lily. Even young plants show a remarkable depth of color. When viewed from a distance the flowers literally stand out from the crowd. The way this variety holds its flowers high above the foliage greatly accentuates this. This is an extremely adaptable plant which is equally at home in a tub or a large pond. Free flowering. 1 GL $25.00  

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Kathy Mclane

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Kathy Mclane

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Kathy McLane is unique because of its pink flower that displays 48 petals at maturity.  The mottling on the pads exhibits a pleasingly sharp contrast between a green background and deep maroon streaks.  Named after Bruce McLane’s wife, Kathy.  After hybridizing so many waterlilies over the years Bruce obviously thought this particular lily was very special to warrant his wife’s name. 1 GL ...

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Key Largo

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Key Largo

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea)   Named after Key Largo, Florida. The rich lavender color reminded us of the beautiful flowers seen in the Florida Keys. It’s unique in that it is one of the very few truly lavender colored tropical waterlilies on the market today and it is much deeper lavender color than any of the others. It’s uniquely mottled pads sets it further apart from all other lilies. 1 GL $35.00 ...

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Key Lime

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Key Lime

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea)   Named after the key lime citrus fruit has yellow flowers and the leaves are green with maroon mottleing.  It is the only yellow water lily to have mottled leaves.  It has a medium spread.  This plant won the 2000 Best of New Medium Water Lily contest  sponsored by the International Water Lily and Water Gardening Society. 1 GL ...

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Laydekeri Fulgens

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Laydekeri Fulgens

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) The ‘Laydekeri Fulgens’ waterlily, a 117-year-old French cultivar, is one of the three aquatic plants honored in 2010 by the International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society for its outstanding qualities. One of the most hardy waterlilies in existence.   The deep red blossoms are 4 to 6 inches across.  Wide green leaves are splashed with purple when young. 1 GL $35.00 ...

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Lindsey Woods

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Lindsey Woods

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) LINDSEY WOODS WATER LILY: International water lily of the year 2008. Is an intensely deep purple and lavender flower with beautifully mottled leaves. Excellent bloomer, wonderful fragrance. There is a story behind this Water Lily. The Nelson’s of Nelson Water Gardens & Nursery in Texas, chose to commemorate the life of one friend & cancer victim by giving this water lily the 14 year old girls name: Lindsey Woods. Lindsey Woods died April 21, 1999 from cancer and the following year, Nelsons introduced ‘Lindsey Woods ‘contributing a portion...

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Madame Wilfron Gonnere

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Madame Wilfron Gonnere

~ Pink Hardy Water Lily (Nymphaea) Large, double, 4″ to 6″ rich-pink, peony-like blooms with lighter rosy-pinktips. Free flowering. Medium round, green leaves. Good for medium to large size ponds. 1 GL $35.00 ...

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Panama Pacific

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Panama Pacific

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Panama Pacific is a tropical, day-blooming water lily with deep plum colored blossoms and yellow stamens. It is an excellent, fragrant bloomer that is hardier than many other tropical water lilies. 1 GL ...

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Perry’s Baby Red

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Perry’s Baby Red

~ Red Hardy Water Lily (Nymphaea) Perry’s Baby Red,  hardy,  water lily has wine red flowers adorn this free blooming lily. This one is excellent for small ponds, and tub gardens. 1 GL ...

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Ruby

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Ruby

Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Ruby-red bloom.  The flowers are held high out of the water. This tropical water lily sends out frequent, large violet red flowers whose petals are similar in shade to fine ruby. Rich green leaves. 1 GL  $35.00

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Southern Charm

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Southern Charm

~ Tropical Water Lily This lilies flower color ranges from purple at the tips to a creamy yellow center. Leaves are green and heavily mottled. 1 GL...

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Emily Grant Hutchins (Night Blooming)

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Emily Grant Hutchins (Night Blooming)

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Mrs. Emily Grant Hutchings, heavily flowering water lily. Large, dark-pink, cup shaped flowers with bronzy green foliage. Slight fragrance. Night Blooming water lilies open in the evening and stay open well into the following morning, as late as 10-11 am. 1  GL  ...

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Mrs. George C Hitchcock (Night Blooming)

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Mrs. George C Hitchcock (Night Blooming)

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Mrs. George C. Hitchcock is a beautiful pink night blooming tropical water lily with bronze lily pads. Pink blossoms open at dusk and close about midday. It is a very fragrant water lily that will keep blooming late into the season. Flowers can be 10″ to 11″ across. 1 GL $45.00

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Red Flair (Night Blooming)

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Red Flair (Night Blooming)

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Red Flare, Magnificent red flowers on this night blooming water lily. Flower is large, round and flat. Very free-flowering. Huge reddish-bronze leaves with a few small purple blotches. Wonderful fragrance. Excellent bloomer. Night Blooming water lilies open in the evening and stay open well into the following morning, as late as 10-11 am. 1  GL  ...

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Woods White Knight (Night Blooming)

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Woods White Knight (Night Blooming)

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Night Blooming water lilies open in the evening and stay open well into the following morning, as late as 10-11 am. They are a great addition and usually the nine to five workers miss the day blooming varieties. 1 GL $45.00

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Antares Night Blooming

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Antares Night Blooming

~ Tropical Water Lily (Nymphaea) Free-flowering water lily. Spectacular pond plants with large red magenta blooms. Flower shape is cup-like.  Dark bronze leaves. Strong fragrance. This water lily amazes by opening a few hours before dusk and staying open well into the following morning.  The name Antares is the largest star and red in the constellation Scorpius and thus the name selected to represent this gorgeous hybrid. The leaves are dark green suffused with dark purple.  Antares will definitely stand out in any water garden as a master of the evening and night! 1  GL  ...

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Japanese Iris

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Japanese Iris

~ Iris Kaempferi Native to Japan having large showy purple flowers 1  GL   $12.00 3  GL   $20.00

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