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Perry's Orange Sunset

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Nymphaea 'Perry's Orange Sunset'

The Perry's Orange Sunset water lily has uniquely colored pads and a deep Peach/Orange flower. Some water lilies have nice pads and mediocre flowers, and some water lilies have beautiful flowers and mediocre looking pads. Perry's Orange Sunset is beautiful in both aspects with a deep Peach colored flower and deep green pads with heavy mottling.

SIZE: LARGE (6' to 10' Spread)
PLANTING CONTAINER: We recommend a 2 gallon solid planting container or a medium planting bag.
WATER DEPTH: 6" TO 40" (Maximum water depth is for mature water lilies)

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

For in depth planting instructions visit our Hardy Water Lily Planting Instructions page.


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  • 5
    Perry's Orange Sunset

    Posted by James Rowell on May 8th 2020

    Arrived in beautiful shape. Planted today with 2 new leaves already. Could not be more pleased !

  • 5
    Nice big lily

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 14th 2019

    Nice big lily can’t wait for it to bloom couple flowers already

  • 5
    Perry's Orange Sunset

    Posted by PAULA BARKER on May 18th 2019

    I started out with a no. 2 wash tub when I ordered this Lily expecting to get what you usually get, a very small plant. This Lily was so big I gladly had to buy a stock tank for it. It's so beautiful & doing great, tks, LilyBlooms

  • 5
    Perry's orange sunset

    Posted by Kent Slovernick on Oct 1st 2018

    Arrived in great shape and well packaged

  • 5
    Very good looking

    Posted by Blanche on Mar 28th 2018

    It looked great when it arrived! I put it in the pond immediately and it's growing.

  • 5
    May Contain Duckweed

    Posted by Alyssa on Aug 18th 2016

    Purchased 3 species of plant from here and one came contaminated with duckweed seeds. I'm pretty sure it was the frogbit, though, and not this lily. Lily took a little while to get growing. In fact, for about a month there where no visible changes. Then there was a bit of an accident with a dechlorinating agent and the two top leaves it came with started to die. This caused the plant to start sending up new pads fast. I now have 3 completely new pads at the surface, and the original pads are gone. Seems like it's going to continue growingb quickly now. Some notes: the established pads it came with were almost solid green, not like the flecked red color in the picture. But the new pads are so flecked they're almost solid purple! I guess they grow greener they mature. Anyways, I'm glad I purchased it! It's the crown jewel of my little pond. :)