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Dwarf and Miniature Hardy Water Lilies

Dwarf and Miniature Hardy Water Lilies are ideally suited to growing in small ponds, tubs or container gardens in a sheltered, sunny site. Blooming from early summer to early fall, they grow mainly in 6-18 in. of water (15-45 cm).

Medium to Large Nymphaea, Medium to Large Waterlily, Medium to Large Water Lily, Hardy Nymphaea, Medium Ponds, Large Ponds

Medium to Large Hardy Water Lilies

Medium to Large Hardy Water Lilies are ideally suited to growing in large or medium-sized garden ponds in a sheltered, sunny site. Blooming from early summer to early fall, they grow mainly in 12-36 in. of water (30-90 cm).

Heavy Blooming Nymphaea, Heavy Blooming Waterlily, Heavy Blooming Water Lily, Hardy Nymphaea, Medium Ponds, Large Ponds, Small Ponds

Profuse Blooming Hardy Water Lilies

These hardy water lilies are profuse bloomers that work well in small, medium or large ponds. To promote more blooms, make sure you follow these rules

Shade Nymphaea, Shade Waterlily, Shade Water Lily, Shade Aquatic Plants, Shade Pond Plants, Hardy Nymphaea, Hardy Water lilies, Hardy Waterlilies

Shade Tolerant Hardy Water Lilies

Most water lilies typically need a minimum of six hours of direct sunlight in order to produce their spectacular blooms. However, some will flower in part shade with between 4-6 hours of sunlight daily. None grow in deep shade with less than 3 hours of sunlight each day.

Nymphaea (Water Lilies)

The world of water lilies is rich in color palette, shapes, sizes, blooming patterns and growing periods. There is literally a water lily for every pond, large container, tub or water garden.

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