Popular Hardy Waterlilies for Your Pond

Hardy waterlilies are mildly fragrant, day-blooming plants characterized by floating flowers and leaves and are available in a variety of colors and sizes. They'll survive outdoors in winter in Zones as low as 4 or 5 where they go dormant and rise again in spring. Here are some popular hardy waterlilies to enjoy in your pond. For tips on growing knock-out waterlilies, visit our website at http://www.aquascapeinc.com/index.php?page=articles&a_id=92.
Red Attraction: - 6 to 8" dark red flower. - Green leaves. - Enjoys full sun.
Colorado: - 3 to 4" salmon flower. - Green leaves mottled with burgundy. - Full to partial sun.
Pink Grapefruit: - 4 to 7" salmon pink flowers - Green leaves. - Enjoys full sun.
Laydekeri Fulgens: - 6 to 8" deep red flower. - Dark green leaves. - Enjoys full sun.
Chromatella: - 4 to 6" yellow flower. - Green w bronze leaves. - Full to partial sun.
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