Viviparous Annual Water Lilies21 Products
Viviparous Annual water lilies have more of a tenancy to survive cool water for short periods of time, possibly zone 9 in the south and coastal southern California. These lilies have micrantha species in their genetics and can often but not always be propagated by growing new plants off the leaves if you grow them large enough. To note many star lilies including those created in the last 30 years by Ken Landon are also quite cold tolerant but are not viviparous by leaf. These viviparous lilies listed we often have out of the April to July Pond season!
Plant description Ruby Waterlily is a lovely hybrid, from hybridizer Don Bryne. The flowers have dark-pink petals that are lighter at the base which give it a radiant appearance, the pads are bronze-green. The flowers stand 4-6" from the surface of the water. This is a medium sized waterlily with...