White Water Lily
White Water Lily by Holland Bulb Farms at Think Earth Shop. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. White Water Lily Our ready to grow White Hardy Waterlily plants will add intense color and green foilage to any water garden, while also attracting birds and butterflies. This plant is also cold hardy and will survive winter temperatures as low as -30 degrees Fahrenheit in any pond where water does not freeze to pot level. These lilies will thrive with any other water plants already growing in your pond. Kit Includes: 1 water lily plant, 1 water plant basket, 1 fertilizing tablet, waterplant
Product Description & Reviews
White Water Lily Our ready to grow White Hardy Waterlily plants will add intense color and green foilage to any water garden, while also attracting birds and butterflies. This plant is also cold hardy and will survive winter temperatures as low as -30 degrees Fahrenheit in any pond where water does not freeze to pot level. These lilies will thrive with any other water plants already growing in your pond. Kit Includes: 1 water lily plant, 1 water plant basket, 1 fertilizing tablet, waterplant soil and planting instructions. *Please note: These water lily items are received a bit later from our suppliers than our other spring planted bulbs. Therefore, all orders containing water lilies will begin shipping in early April, according to hardiness zone. Item Information -Bloom Time: Summer to Frost -Light Requirements: Partial to Full Sun -Hardiness Zone: 4-8 -Suitable Zone: 3-10 -Planting Time: Spring -Planting Depths: 24-36" -Planting Spacing: 60-72" -Bloom Color: White -Quantity Per Package: 1 bulb w/growing kit
Features & Highlights
- Bulb Size:
- Package contains 1 bulb w/growing kit
- This item will bloom Summer to Frost
- Perennial in zones 4 to 8
- Nymphaea marliacea
Holland Bulb Farms
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