Water lilies look marvellous in every garden, park or other green area with water reservoir. They enchant with their beauty, are easy to cultivate and provide opportunity of diverse use according to personal likings. Water lilies are a very diversified group, however they all share one feature – lilies are wonderful decoration of ponds, waterholes and any other body of water. With their presence reservoir becomes vivid and more natural.
Among the aquatic pond plants, available in our shop, you can find, for instance, stunning water lilies. Their beauty has been admired and appreciated throughout ages, as they were common in ancient Egyptian decorations, as well as Homeric epics. Claude Monet, the famous French Impressionist artist, even created a series of paintings depicting water lilies.
We stock many variants of those gorgeous pond plants for you to choose from. They can be white, yellow, red, pink and not only, thus you can create a wonderful compositions of colours in your water reservoir. In the descriptions of our products, you can find guidelines on planting them properly.
'Marliacea Albida' is the most popular white water lily in cultivation. Best planted at a depth of 70-150cm
Water lily, Seerosen 'Attraction' is a perennial with broadly ovate, bronze-tinged leaves and cup-shaped deep rose-red flowers flecked with white, and with deep yellow stamens
Chromatella hardy water lily is primrose yellow and one of the best yellow lilies around.
Joey Tomocik The vibrant yellow of this water lily makes others look pale by comparison because it has the deepest yellow blooms of all the yellow lilies
Marliacea Carnea the faint blush pink of the flowers look almost white on first glance. The faint pink flowers are 10-12 cm wide, the leaves are 20-25 cm wide, and the overall plant spread is 1-1,5 m.
Nymphaea Colorado a very vigorous grower having multiple salmon colored blooms. New leaves are slightly mottled. Has a long blooming season and is somewhat shade tolerant
Water Lily 'Hollandia' has magnificent double flowers. During the flowering period the flowers change colour from deep pink to pale pink
The Yellow Water-lily is a common plant of still or slow-moving water and grows in ponds, lakes, canals
Yellow floating heart is a perennial aquatic plant native to Asia and Europe. Introduced to North America in the late 19th century, it has been used as an ornamental plant in outdoor gardens. Since its introduction, accidental and intentional releases and flooding, have aided in its dispersal into other waterways.
Nymphaea Aurora Small, orange-centred cup-shaped flowers which age from apricot-red through orange-red to burgundy-red. This dwarf lily is one of our recommended plants for small ponds
The most popular variety for small ponds (but it also feels good and is visible in large reservoirs). Flowers are intensively red / deep cherry