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Growing Water Lilies in Deep Ponds

  Growing Water Lilies in Deep Ponds   One of the most frequent inquiries I receive is “What Water Lilies are suitable for deep water.”? The deepest water in larger ponds and lakes could be anywhere between 4 to 15 feet in … Continue reading

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The World of Water lily Hybridization

  The World of Water Lily Hybridization In The Beginning It was 27 years ago when I first started collecting wonderful Water Lilies.  At first, I thought there were maybe just a dozen or so of them, but soon discovered … Continue reading

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