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Shade Tolerant Lilly

  • Joey Tomocik Hardy Water Lily

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    * Long Blooming Season * Rich Yellow Petals with Lemon Scent * Adaptable for Smaller Pots & Ponds This shade tolerant hardy water lily is hard to beat with it's bright yellow lemon scented blooms which stay open late into the day. With blooms standing 3 to 6 inches above the water and lightly…
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    $39.99
  • tolerate the year-round weather conditions. * The Sun will Come Out: Plants are also categorized by which type of light they would like to receive (full sun partial sun partial shade or full shade). Sensitive Plant prefers to lay out in the sun but the Chameleon Plant likes to blend into the shade.
  • James Brydon Hardy Water Lily

    …Red Hardy Lily * Brilliant Metallic Color * Ideal for Shallow Waters The James Brydon Water Lily is one of the few hybrid red lilies that tolerate partial shade and grows easily in shallow waters making it ideal for patio containers and water gardens. James Brydon produces 4 to 6 peony-shaped bright…
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    $39.99
  • Variegated Spider Lily - Tropical Bog

    * Delicate Spider-like Flowers * Bright Variegated Leaves * Shade Tolerant Add vertical interest to your water garden with the Variegated Spider Lily! Beautiful spider-like blooms flower mid-summer and the white and green striped leaves make this an attractive addition with or without flowers. The…
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    $19.99
  • Small Grower's Choice Water Lily

    5.0

    (4 Reviews)

    * Increase Shade Across Pond Surface * Added Filtration * Grower's Pick The Pond Guy Small Grower's Choice Hardy Water Lily is a great option for small ponds or container gardens. The perennial tolerates both shade and cold weather climates zones 3 to 11. We offer a variety of colors and will pick…
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    $29.99
  • …Because algae and plants are using the nutrients adding desired plants to your water garden will reduce what is available for algae. Plants also shade your pond from excess sunlight to further reduce the likelihood of algae blooms. Aim to cover 40-60% your pond's surface area especially if it is…
    …can either become dormant or you can try your hand at growing them indoors. * Tropical Bog Plants: The Yellow Snowflake – ironically not tolerant of snow – and other tropical bog plants can be treated as annuals or you can bring them inside to test your gardening skills. If you decide…
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