Flammea Red Hardy Water Lily

$35.00

Nymphaea Flammea red hardy water lilies is a good blooming water lily plant with beautiful red flowers. In addition this red water lily flowers grow to about 5-6″ along with lily pad leaves that are green and almost 8-10″ in diameter. Hardy water lilies are best grown in full sun. Hardy zone 3.

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Nymphaea Flammea Red Hardy Water Lilies

Nymphaea Flammea Red Hardy Water Lilies, Aquatic Flowering Plants

 

Nymphaea Flammea Red Hardy Water Lilies, Red Hardy Water Lilies For Sale at Water Plants For PondsCommon Name: Flammea Hardy Water Lily
Family Name: Nymphaeaceae
Scientific Name: Nymphaea Flammea
Plant Type: Water Lily, Aquatic Plant, Pond Plant, Water Plant
Flower Colour: bright red flower blooms
Flower Characteristic: Beautiful bright red flower blooms, flower size 5-6″
Foliage: lily pad leaves are green reaching about 8-10″ in diameter
Spread: 4-5 feet
Hardy Zones: 3-11
Planting Depth: 12-24″ over the crown of the water lily
Sunlight Requirement: 6-8 hours of sun
Fertilize: Every 2 weeks for maximum blooms all summer long too

 

Nymphaea Flammea Red Hardy Water Lilies For Sale

 

Nymphaea Flammea red hardy water lilies is a good blooming water lily with beautiful red flowers. In addition this red water lily flowers grow to about 5-6″.  This water lily plant also has lily pad leaves that are green 6-8″ in diameter. As always hardy water lilies grows best in full sun, partial shade is tolerated but full sun is recommended.

 

Please check out the different varieties and colours of hardy water lilies we have on sale too. We have hardy water lilies ranging from red, pink, yellow, white and peach. While your here please take a look at some other pond plants online that we have on sale as well. We have many hardy marginal pond plants that are also perfect for water gardens. Pond plants are a great form of natural filtration for ponds too.

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