Red Hardy Water Lily

$16.50
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Description

Buy Red Hardy Water Lilies by color and save. For a growers choice red hardy water lily we choose a nice red hardy water lily from our growing facility. The Lily does not come named. Plant red hardy 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: 4-11

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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  • 1
    Lots of lily pads NO FLOWERS

    Posted by rob herman on Sep 17th 2018

    these discounted un-named lilies seem to have on constant characteristic. They grow but fail to bloom. They can call them any color they want but if they never bloom no one can ever know what the real color is! Avoid.

  • 4
    red hardy water lily

    Posted by D Harrington on Jul 9th 2018

    wonderful - potted the water lily and put right into pond and it's already sprouting more leaves and reaching the top - very pleased

  • 4
    Mystery Red

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 27th 2018

    Root stock arrived very fresh and healthy looking with several mature pads and after two days in the pond, multiple small pads are beginning to appear. Am quite pleased with the plant. It looks to be a winner.

  • 5
    packed and shipped nicely and quickly

    Posted by Ernie Bonifazio on Jun 27th 2017

    Plant looks healthy can't wait to see blooms

  • 5
    Can't wait to see the blooms

    Posted by Rucy on Apr 5th 2017

    plants in great shape when they arrived

  • 4
    Lillies are growing.

    Posted by Unknown on May 25th 2016

    I put my two lilies in a week ago and with the cold weather clearing up they grew some new leafs in a couple days. Looking good.