Water Poppy

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Product Overview

Water Poppy (Hydrocleys nymphoides)

Dark green, rounded leaves are accented by abundant, creamy yellow, 2" flowers. Once water temperatures reach 70-75 degrees, Water Poppy will begin blooming and will continue to bloom into the fall until the first frost. Prefers full sun, although will tolerate shade. Can be planted the same as tropical water lilies, but a smaller container is fine.

Hardiness Zone: 8-11, 7 in deeper water.
PLANTING CONTAINER: We recommend a 1 gallon economy planting container or a small planting bag.
Height: Surface Plant - Spread: 12" to 24"
Water Depth: 4" to 12"

Water Poppy is shipped bare root.

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


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  • 5
    Water lillies

    Posted by Marcia Useldinger on Jun 1st 2022

    Arrived in great condition anxious to see them bloom this summer

  • 5
    water poppy

    Posted by selma on Apr 27th 2021

    looks healthy and doing well

  • 5
    Water poppy

    Posted by Michelle on Jun 2nd 2020

    Well packaged, very healthy plants. Very detailed planting instructions. Will definitely purchase again

  • 5
    Water poppy

    Posted by Gary Copestake on May 11th 2020

    They arrived fresh and dark green. Very nice sized plants.

  • 5
    Water Poppy

    Posted by Beverly Edwards on Apr 25th 2020

    Beautiful bright green with a couple of flower buds.

  • 5
    Water Poppy

    Posted by EARL W. PARCHMENT on Jan 23rd 2020

    These water poppies were beautiful upon arrival. Very health and strong. I was very excited about getting them into my pond. I would not hesitate to purchase them again. Fast shipment. Packaging was also great for such a perishable item. Now awaiting blooms in the spring time. You guys hit this out of the park! Excellent on all fronts! Thank you.

  • 3
    Very satisfied

    Posted by Jerry D on May 26th 2017

    Never had this plant in our fish pond before. Hopefully it will mature into a plant as nice as what is displayed in photo. If it does, we will certainly be ordering again.

  • 3
    average plant

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 27th 2016

    Will have to see