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Blue Tropical Water Lily

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$19.95

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Product Overview

Buy Blue Tropical Water Lilies by color and save. For a growers choice blue tropical water lily we choose a nice blue tropical from our growing facility. The Lily does not come named. Plant blue tropical water lilies at a 12" to 24" depth and fertilize once a month for best growth and blooming throughout the season. Picture shown is only a representative sample and actual variety shipped may differ.

SIZE: MEDIUM (3' to 6' Spread)
PLANTING CONTAINER: We recommend a 2 gallon solid planting container or a medium planting bag.
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: FULL SUN
WATER DEPTH: 10" TO 24" (Maximum water depth is for mature water lilies)
USDA HARDINESS ZONES: 9-11

Water Lilies are shipped bare root and will require planting upon arrival.

For in depth planting instructions visit our Tropical Water Lily Planting Instructions Page.

Reviews

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  • 4
    Plant

    Posted by Penny Wyss on Jun 1st 2020

    Very nice plant. Hopefully grows and will be a beautiful plant.

  • 5
    Great Quality and Value

    Posted by Michaela on May 26th 2020

    This is my first time growing water lilies so I didn't want to spend a fortune. I was surprised to see a blue lily at such a reasonable price so I ordered it. It arrived quickly, in great condition with several developed leaves bigger than my hand, and two flower buds at the base of the lily. The larger flower bud is now above the water and getting ready to bloom and I see several new leaves emerging. I planted it in a laguna planting bag with a fertilizer spike and it's doing really well so far. I thought with the low price I would be receiving a small plant but that was not the case. Very happy with this purchase!

  • 5
    Blooms and Blooms

    Posted by rob herman on Sep 17th 2018

    This is a fantastic plant. My pond fish decided to have some many babies and this poor plant became their food it was eaten alive every time it sent up a shoot. I took it out of the pond put it in a 5 gallon bucket and let it recover. It did in 30 days. With 5 major leaves it went back in the pond in 20 days it was sent up 3 flower stems. They are beautiful and it lives on and on.

  • 5
    Best Lily ever.....

    Posted by Kay Proulx on Jun 28th 2017

    I planted the Blue Tropical Lily on Thursday and by Friday I had a bloom. Two blooms the next day and every day since at least two new blooms. There were at least six or seven quite large lily pads all green and a beautiful plant. I have a small koi pond so only one of these plants will fit but what a Lovely addition. I will buy from you again...