Patio Joe Lily

Planting Depth: Submersible up to 2 ft.

Sunshine:  Full Sun to Partial Shade

Blooming Window: Summer to Autumn

Longevity:  Perennial

Pinky Peach. Cup shaped blooms of 3-5 inches. Green leaves with slight speckling. Grows 3-5 feet wide in full sun in 6-24 inches of water. Good for any size pond.

Pink Sparkle Lily

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Planting Depth: Floater

Sunshine:  Full Sun to Partial Shade

Blooming Window: Summer to Autumn

Longevity:  Perennial

Silvery pink. Cup shaped blooms of 4-6 inches. Green leaves reach 10-12 inches across. Can grow 3-5 feet wide in full sun in 6-24 inches of water. Good for medium ponds. Small lily sends its star-shaped blooms well above the water. Flowers seem to sparkle in sunlight like pink champagne.

Queen of the Whites Lily

Planting Depth: Floater

Sunshine:  Full Sun to Partial Shade

Blooming Window: Summer to Autumn

Longevity:  Perennial

Clean crisp white bloom. Goblet-shaped blooms of 4-6 inches. Good bloomer; outstanding cup shaped flowers. Green leaves. Can grow 4-8 feet wide in full sun to part shade in 6-48 inches or more of water. Good for medium or large ponds.

Hardy water lilies are planted using a loam garden soil and 2-3 fertilizer tablets. Hardy lilies grow horizontally. The rhizome should be planted at one edge of the container with the rhizome planted at an angle of about 45 degrees with the crown exposed. Top with an inch or two of pea gravel or sand. The plant can be lowered to a depth of 6 inches to begin with, and then lowered to a depth of 48 inches as the plant grows. Hardy lilies should be planted in early Spring and should be fertilized every 4 weeks. They bloom from June through September depending on the weather and become dormant during the colder months. As Spring approaches, growth will begin again.

Lemon Chiffon Lily

Planting Depth: Floater

Sunshine:  Full Sun to Partial Shade

Blooming Window: Summer to Autumn

Longevity:  Perennial

Lemon sherbet yellow. Double soft yellow blooms on medium plant. Ball or peony shaped blooms of 4-6 inches. Has freckled leaves. Can grow 4-8 feet wide in full sun to part shade in 6-36 inches of water. Food for medium or large ponds. Good bloomer, with attractive marbled foliage.

Hardy water lilies are planted using a loam garden soil and 2-3 fertilizer tablets. Hardy lilies grow horizontally. The rhizome should be planted at one edge of the container with the rhizome planted at an angle of about 45 degrees with the crown exposed. Top with an inch or two of pea gravel or sand. The plant can be lowered to a depth of 6 inches to begin with, and then lowered to a depth of 36 inches as the plant grows. Hardy lilies should be planted in early Spring and should be fertilized every 4 weeks. They bloom from June through September depending on the weather and become dormant during the colder months. As Spring approaches, growth will begin again.

 

Rembrandt Lily (Meteor Lily)

Planting Depth: Floater

Sunshine:  Full Sun to Partial Shade

Blooming Window: Summer to Autumn

Longevity:  Perennial

Red, flat, peony-shaped blooms of 5-6 inches. Green leaves flecked and shaded with red and with red undersides. Grows to 4-6 feet wide in full sun in 6-36 inches of water. Good for medium or large ponds. Beautiful medium to large red. Good bloomer. Very fast growing. Our most popular red.

Hardy water lilies are planted using a loam garden soil and 2-3 fertilizer tablets. Hardy lilies grow horizontally. The rhizome should be planted at one edge of the container with the rhizome planted at an angle of about 45 degrees with the crown exposed. Top with an inch or two of pea gravel or sand. The plant can be lowered to a depth of 6 inches to begin with, and then lowered to a depth of 36 inches as the plant grows. Hardy lilies should be planted in early Spring and should be fertilized every 4 weeks. They bloom from June through September depending on the weather and become dormant during the colder months. As Spring approaches, growth will begin again.