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Shade Tolerant Water Lily

  • 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…
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    $39.99
  • …you need for planting. Use soil that is designed for water gardens and avoid using bagged potting mix or other lightweight soils as they will float and cloud the water. * Lilies and Lotuses: Best grown in pots such as the Water Lily & Water Lotus Planting Kits. Fill your tub with clay and a…
    …your zone. * Water Lilies: Available in hardy cold weather tolerant and tropical varieties lilies are sure to please. Hardy water lilies are perennials and they will bloom all summer long on the pond's surface. They have smooth waxy leaves that are rounded at the edges. Tropical lilies have very…
    …divide them into sections. * Replant each section in its own container and dispose of any overgrowth. Water Lilies & Lotus Lilies – both tropical and hardy varieties – and water lotus are also relatively easy to divide. These plants have a tuber root system similar to a potato. You…
  • Variegated Spider Lily - Tropical Bog

    …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 bright graphic leaves make this bog lily ideal for…
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    $19.99
  • Joey Tomocik Hardy Water Lily

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …& 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 dappled lily pads the Joey Tomocik Yellow Hardy Water Lily is perfect for water gardens or ponds…
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    $39.99
  • 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
  • Chromatella - Hardy Water Lily

    * Cup Shaped Water Lily Flower * Excellent Shade Tolerance * Withstands Cold Weather Chromatella Water Lily also known as Golden Cup is an excellent choice for any size water garden. With 9 dark green and bronze mottled leaves 25 to 30 soft yellow petals and a deep golden stamen the Chromatella is…
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    $39.99
  • Panama Pacific Tropical Water Lily

    5.0

    (3 Reviews)

    …* Increase Shade Across Pond Surface * Promote Natural Filtration The Panama Pacific Tropical Water Lily produces lots of deep violet purple flowers over a long growing season. Lily pads are green variegated with reddish spots. This day blooming water lily tolerates partial shade cooler temperatures…
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    $34.99
  • Madame Ganna Walska Tropical Water Lily

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    Water Lily * Increase Shade Across Pond Surface * Promote Natural Filtration Madame Ganna Walska Tropical Water Lily adds beauty and interest to any water garden. Beautiful lipstick-pink to lavender flowers are accented by the strikingly mottled foliage. This free flowering lily can tolerate partial…
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    $36.99
  • Islamorada - Tropical Water Lily

    …* Cold & Shade Tolerant A truly unusual tropical water lily the Islamorada can tolerate colder temperatures giving it a longer growing season. Islamorada produces a beautiful pale purple flower with white flecks in each of the petals while growing new plantlets from its water lily pads. Please…
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    $36.99
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