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Important Delivery/Covid-19 Information: Updated 10.06.21- Our dispatch time for online orders is currently 5 working days, All orders are dispatched  Mondays to Thursdays, click and collect option is available at online checkout. The nursery  is now open to visitors,  Open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 9 am to 5 pm. Important Info to visitors: Wearing a face mask is mandatory inside the shop and payment area, also to maintain safe social distancing we are unable to share the viewing of phone images of your pond or planting plans. Saturdays and Tuesdays can get very busy so if you need our time and advice or are a complete novice, please visit on a Wednesday or Thursday. Availability info: Plant availability changes on a regular basis and is updated every Friday, Unfortunately some of our Water Lilies and will remain slightly lower in availability this year why we increase stock levels, also some of our species of Water Iris and their cultivars are unavailable now for the rest of the season as they cannot be cut and lifted when in flower, Iris Ensata available July onwards.

 

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Cream Water Lily Cultivars

At our nursery and online, we specialise in water lilies and grow around 250 varieties for our customers. From the rarest pond plants, to the most popular, you will find a wide range of water lilies on our website.

The subtle colours of the water lilies in this category will really bring peace and harmony to all water gardens. Available in all shapes and sizes, these water lilies are the perfect addition to your pond.

If you would like to see our water lilies in full bloom, visit us from mid-May onwards to view our vast selection. All of our water lilies are dispatched bare rooted, so make sure you plant them within a day or two.

To make sure that your water lilies are correctly planted, make sure to look through our planting accessories, aquatic soils and aquatic gravel in the top menu.

All of our water lilies and aquatic pond plants are heavy feeders, so make sure to visit our aquatic plant food category, too.

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