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MINI DWARF Water lily pond plant aquatic RARE 4" Flower


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  • Dwarf sized Lily for small ponds or water features
  • Beautiful deep red flower with yellow/orange centre
  • Rare lily - not likely available other places
  • Posted in rooted form with a number of leaves
  • For water depths of 12" to 24"

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ASINB001C435SW
Shipping Weight249 g
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Date First Available17 Feb. 2010
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Best Sellers Rank 584,724 in Garden & Outdoors (See top 100)
  
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Luscombe Water Gardens Dwarf Deep Red Water Lily This is for a magnificent tiny deep red water lily with a yellow/orange centre. With 3" to 4" (75-100mm) flowers and leaves around 6" (150mm), it is ideal for small ponds or water features but also will look wonderful as a contrast with larger lilies in a large pond. This lily is in it's rooted form to save on postal costs. It will have some leaves and will require potting on receipt. It will grow in waters from 12" (300mm) to 2ft (600mm) and in it's first year you can expect a few flowers. By the second year there should be at least 6 flowers with more the following year. When you first pot it, keep it in the shallows of your pond until the leaves reach the surface, then place it in the position you wish it down to 2ft depth. Alternatively, you can put in a deeper area if you can sit the lily basket on some breeze blocks or similar to bring it nearer the surface. Then when the leaves grow you can take the blocks away and drop it to the bottom. We would suggest you pot it into a small or medium aquatic plant basket Plant in Aquatic soil with some washed stone chippings on the top to stop any fish pulling the soil out.


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