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For over 30 years we have collected and sold a wide range of water lilies for customers across the whole of the UK. We have the largest collection of water lilies in the UK and grow about 250 of both popular and extremely rare cultivars.

The water lilies in this category have blooms that change colour while they grow, from a light yellow and apricot on the first day, fading to a deeper, richer colours over the next few days, until the blooms die back and make way for new emergent buds

We have fantastic online only discounts on our water lilies, especially during spring, and all of the varieties listed below are available to buy online or from our nursery,

To ensure that your water lilies are well-planted, make sure to take a look at our planting accessories, aquatic gravel and aquatic soils in the left-hand menu.

All of our water lilies are dispatched bare rooted and are heavy feeders, so ensure that you add plant food to your basket when buying.

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Nymphaea Commanche-barerooted
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Nymphaea Commanche-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-60 cm
Leaf Spread: 90-120 cm
20% Off
ONLINE ONLY
Was: £9.50Now: £7.60
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Nymphaea David-barerooted
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Nymphaea David-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-60 cm
Leaf Spread: 60-90 cm
20% Off
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Was: £12.50Now: £10.00
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Nymphaea Indiana-TRUE CULTIVAR-barerooted
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Nymphaea Indiana-TRUE CULTIVAR-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30 cm
Leaf Spread: 60-90 cm
£19.50
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Nymphaea Paul Harriot-barerooted
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Nymphaea Paul Harriot-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-60 cm
Leaf Spread: 90-120 cm
£15.50
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Nymphaea Sioux-barerooted
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Nymphaea Sioux-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 45-90 cm
Leaf Spread: 120 cm
20% Off
ONLINE ONLY
Was: £9.50Now: £7.60
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Nymphaea Solfatare-barerooted
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Nymphaea Solfatare-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-45 cm
Leaf Spread: 60-90 cm
£12.50
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Nymphaea Seignouretti-barerooted
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Nymphaea Seignouretti-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-September
Water Depth: 30-45 cm
Leaf Spread: 120 cm
£39.00
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