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Nymphaea Perry's Baby Red 1 ltr

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PL80275
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A centrepiece for your pond!

Perry’s Baby Red is a hardy little lily, with magnificent blooms of crimson and rounded quintessential lily pad leaves. The plant spreads to a maximum area of around 60 - 80cm, making it ideal for small and medium sized ponds. Its captivating crimson flowers float on the surface of the water and deliver a pleasant scent. Plant this lily in late spring in an initial shallow depth of around 30 - 50cm of water in a spot where the flowers can enjoy as much full sunlight as possible.

  • Suitable for Small Ponds
  • Hardy perennial
  • Summer flowering
  • Deciduous
  • Pot size: 1L Pot
  • Habit: Deciduous
  • Flowering Period: Early summer to autumn
  • Eventual Height & Spread: Up to 10cm x 60cm
  • Water Depth: 15cm to 45cm
  • Preferred location: Full sun
Our trusted nursery has over 50 years of experience in growing quality pond plants. They provide an extensive range of high-quality aquatic plants. This plant will be delivered potted, ready to go straight into your pond.
Waterlilies enjoy a sunny spot in a still pond, away from running water. They dislike being overcrowded so make sure they have enough space to accommodate the waterlilies at their full size. Deadhead the flowers once they fade, if you can do so safely. Waterlilies do not generally suffer from disease if cared for properly but it can be victim to several different pests but they are unlikely to cause long term damage. Avoid using pesticides on aquatic plants as this can harm the biodiversity of your pond. Instead, hose off leaves, remove pests by hand if safe and cut off any infested leaves.
More Information
Common Name Water Lily
Flower Colour Red, Yellow
Is Collection/Mix? No
Region Deep Water & Floating
Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
Pond Function Flowering
Pond Type Water Lilies
Latin Name Nymphaea
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