Sweet, cherubic blooms!
Pygmaea Alba Waterlily has a dainty, white, stellate bloom, very small in size and should be planted in a small tub or container garden.
Leaves are rather small and solid green. This tiny specimen was hybridized by Latour-Marlaic in 1905.
Flower size is just a little larger than a coin! Place this little gem next to a fairy garden and you've got an adorable scenario!
Plant 4-8" beneath the surface of the water in full sun to part shade. Although quite small, it is still a good bloomer and the sweet little flowers are perfect miniatures.
Plant in small containers using heavy loam soil and fertilize every three weeks for vigorous plants and best bloom.
We recommend Waterlily World Pond Tabbs to keep your plants healthy and your blooms blooming!