• Tropical Day Blooming Lilies

    Tropical Day Blooming Lilies (74)

    Plant tropical daybloomers in 6" to 18" depth ponds. Warm water only. Sunlight : 4 to 6 hours direct. Say what? Viviparous: A viviparous plant reproduces by forming new plantlets in the center of mature lily pad! Minimum purchase on all lilies is no less than 3 per variety   Tropical Day Blooming Water Lilies For Sale   Delivered Right to your Door YEAR ROUND since 1987!   Buy your pond plants direct from the grower!   Hardy Water Lilies & Tropical Water Lilies, Bog Plants, Tropical Bog Plants, Submerged Plants, Pond Supplies, Tadpoles, Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails and more all delivered to your door! Water Lilies For sale (Nymphaea) We grow both Hardy Water Lilies (perennials), and Tropical Water Lilies (annuals) for ponds, water gardens,  zoological habitats, and water features of all shapes and sizes! Most Tropical Water Lilies can survive all year in zones 9 and 10. Tropical water lilies have a wider selection of colors to choose from, Tropical Lilies are fragrant, Hardy's aren't usually, and most have a larger spread than hardy water lilies. Hardy water lilies have the benefit of coming back each year where most Tropical Lilies will only comeback if they are in warmer climates. . In addition to the beauty a water lily will add to your water garden, Water lilies also provide cover to your water feature, which will help keep algae growth down and protect your fish from predators! Tropical Water Lilies (Nymphaea) Tropical Water Lilies are a gorgeous addition to any sized water garden! They hold their fragrant blossoms high up out of the water and are available in a number of brilliant colors! Tropical Lilies can have several exquisite blooms at a time! The flowers stay open later in the day than the hardy water lilies and they also bloom later into the season. Tropical lilies can be distinguished at a glance from hardy water lilies in that the leaves are serrated or jagged. Tropical lilies come in either day blooming and night blooming varieties. The day-blooming varieties open several hours after sunrise and stay open until several hours before sunset. Some varieties of tropical water lilies are viviparous (reproduction or growing plantlets on their leaves) which indicates they are more cold tolerant and will continue to bloom through fall in colder climates. The night- blooming varieties will open an hour or two before sunset and remain open as late as noon even on a cloudy day.  For best performance plant tropical water lilies in at least a 2 gallon or larger plant container with a generous amount of heavy garden soil. Even the heaviest of clay soils will work fine w the addition of a little sand (20%)and fertilizer. Fertilize monthly to reach maximum blooming potential!  Depth should be maintained between 6" and 18" when first transplanted, and then once established they can be grown from 12" to 30" depending on the variety. Water temperatures should be at least 60 degrees before planting tropical water lilies in your water garden. Planting Tropical Water Lilies: It is best to plant tropical water lilies in a heavy clay garden soil. Do not use Lightweight organic compost or potting mix as this will float out of the container and not keep your water lily planted. The crown of the water lily (the growing end) should be placed towards the center of the planting container. DO NOT cover the crown of the water lily with soil or gravel. Doing so may kill your water lily. Fertilize your water lily monthly!
  • Tropical Night Blooming Lilies

    Tropical Night Blooming Lilies (14)

    Stop racing home to see your lily in bloom!  These plants are for the "romantic gardener" Needing as little as 2 hours of light or low light, flowers open at dusk and close late in the morning the next day! Flowers are up to 10" in diameter and stand well above the water's surface and are extremely fragrant! They love warm, still water! Minimum order on all lilies is no less than 3 per variety please. Buy your pond plants direct from the grower! Hardy Water Lilies & Tropical Water Lilies, Bog Plants, Tropical Bog Plants, Submerged Plants, Pond Supplies, Tadpoles, Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails and more all delivered to your door! Water Lilies For sale (Nymphaea) We grow both Hardy Water Lilies (perennials), and Tropical Water Lilies (annuals) for ponds, water gardens,  zoological habitats, and water features of all shapes and sizes! Most Tropical Water Lilies can survive all year in zones 9 and 10. Tropical water lilies have a wider selection of colors to choose from, Tropical Lilies are fragrant, Hardy's aren't usually, and most have a larger spread than hardy water lilies. Hardy water lilies have the benefit of coming back each year where most Tropical Lilies will only comeback if they are in warmer climates. . In addition to the beauty a water lily will add to your water garden, Water lilies also provide cover to your water feature, which will help keep algae growth down and protect your fish from predators! Delivered Right to your Door YEAR ROUND since 1987! Buy your pond plants direct from the grower! Hardy Water Lilies & Tropical Water Lilies, Bog Plants, Tropical Bog Plants, Submerged Plants, Pond Supplies, Tadpoles, Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails and more all delivered to your door! Water Lilies For sale Tropical Water Lilies (Nymphaea) Tropical Water Lilies are a gorgeous addition to any sized water garden! They hold their fragrant blossoms high up out of the water and are available in a number of brilliant colors! Tropical Lilies can have several exquisite blooms at a time! The flowers stay open later in the day than the hardy water lilies and they also bloom later into the season. Tropical lilies can be distinguished at a glance from hardy water lilies in that the leaves are serrated or jagged. Tropical lilies come in either day blooming and night blooming varieties. The day-blooming varieties open several hours after sunrise and stay open until several hours before sunset. Some varieties of tropical water lilies are viviparous (reproduction or growing plantlets on their leaves) which indicates they are more cold tolerant and will continue to bloom through fall in colder climates. The night- blooming varieties will open an hour or two before sunset and remain open as late as noon even on a cloudy day.  For best performance plant tropical water lilies in at least a 2 gallon or larger plant container with a generous amount of heavy garden soil. Even the heaviest of clay soils will work fine w the addition of a little sand (20%)and fertilizer. Fertilize monthly to reach maximum blooming potential!  Depth should be maintained between 6" and 18" when first transplanted, and then once established they can be grown from 12" to 30" depending on the variety. Water temperatures should be at least 60 degrees before planting tropical water lilies in your water garden. Planting Tropical Water Lilies: It is best to plant tropical water lilies in a heavy clay garden soil. Do not use Lightweight organic compost or potting mix as this will float out of the container and not keep your water lily planted. The crown of the water lily (the growing end) should be placed towards the center of the planting container. DO NOT cover the crown of the water lily with soil or gravel. Doing so may kill your water lily. Fertilize your water lily monthly!
  • Water Lotus For Sale

    Water Lotus For Sale (14)

    azgardens.com offers the largest selection of assorted Lotus tubers in the USA! We typically have availablity year-round, unlike anyone else. Many New Varieties of Assorted Lotus Tubers this year. Our lotus are generally shipped as tubers or tuber starts.  During peak lotus season we ship plants that are already with many leaves and some blooms! The tuber is the most important part of the plant as this is the lifeline where it all begins. Compare our prices to our competitors that sell their lotus from $49 to $79 each! DID YOU KNOW?  Lotus seeds also known as lotus nuts come from the flower pod of the Lotus or Nelumbo genus. The seeds are of great importance to East Asian cuisine and are used extensively in traditional Chinese medicine and also used in Chinese desserts. The seeds are most commonly sold in the shelled and dried form if you can find them, however, fresh lotus seeds are much more desireable but are relatively uncommon in the marketplace. They are sometimes sold as a raw snack. Raw lotus seeds are low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium, and are a good source of protein, thiamin, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and manganese. In India, the dried seeds are called "Makkhane" in Hindi , and they are used to make makkhane ki kheer (a type of milk pudding). In Manipur, the North-East Indian state, lotus seeds are locally known as thamchet and are eaten raw. Lotus seeds are also very common in the northern part of Colombia, especially in cities like Barranquilla and Cartagena. Local refer to lotus seeds as "martillo." Fresh lotus seeds are sold in street markets and are generally eaten raw by the locals. Lotus seeds are also sold as snacks called "Pesteh Daryayi" or "Pistachios of the Sea" in Anzali, Iran.
  • Winter Hardy Lilies

    Winter Hardy Lilies (41)

    Should be planted 12"-24" deep. All varieties bloom during the day. Foliage Diameter Guide: D = 1 to 2 feet S = 2 to 4 feet M = 4 to 6 feet L = 7 feet and up F = Extremely Fragrant - Min order on lilies is 3 per variety. Look at our prices. We are generally 1/3rd the cost of all competitors out there! Buy your pond plants direct from the grower! Hardy Water Lilies & Tropical Water Lilies, Bog Plants, Tropical Bog Plants, Submerged Plants, Pond Supplies, Tadpoles, Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails and more all delivered to your door! Water Lilies For sale (Nymphaea) We grow both Hardy Water Lilies (perennials), and Tropical Water Lilies (annuals) for ponds, water gardens,  zoological habitats, and water features of all shapes and sizes! Most Tropical Water Lilies can survive all year in zones 9 and 10. Tropical water lilies have a wider selection of colors to choose from, Tropical Lilies are fragrant, Hardy's aren't usually, and most have a larger spread than hardy water lilies. Hardy water lilies have the benefit of coming back each year where most Tropical Lilies will only comeback if they are in warmer climates. . In addition to the beauty a water lily will add to your water garden, Water lilies also provide cover to your water feature, which will help keep algae growth down and protect your fish from predators! HARDY WATER LILIES (nymphaea) The hardy water lily is one of the most desired and popular water garden plants out there. They produce magnificent blooms from Spring into late Fall. Most hardy water lilies are perennials in zones 3-10. Check your zone to see your location. Hardy water lilies are available in white, red, pink, yellow, changeable, peach/orange, and more colors coming up each year. Hardy water lilies are not just for show but they also have great function to offer refuge to your fish, refuge to young frye (fish babies) shading your pond to block the sun which helps to reduce algae growth, absorbing excess nutrients from the water, insulating the water from temperature swings, and the pads provide a place for small creatures like frogs to sit and rest. Planting Hardy Water Lilies: There are many methods to planting Water Lilies. It is best to plant hardy water lilies in a heavy clay garden soil.  Light-weight organic compost or potting mix will float out of the container and not keep your water lily planted. The crown of the water lily (the growing end) should be placed towards the center of the planting container. DO NOT cover the crown of the water lily with soil or gravel. Doing so may kill your water lily. Fertilize your water lily with aquatic fertilizer tablets  during growing months for best results.

Winter Hardy & Tropical Pond Water Lilies & Lotus For Sale

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Water Lilies For sale

(Nymphaea)
We grow both Hardy Water Lilies (perennials), and Tropical Water Lilies (annuals) for ponds, water gardens,  zoological habitats, and water features of all shapes and sizes! Most Tropical Water Lilies can survive all year in zones 9 and 10. Tropical water lilies have a wider selection of colors to choose from, Tropical Lilies are fragrant, Hardy’s aren’t usually, and most have a larger spread than hardy water lilies. Hardy water lilies have the benefit of coming back each year where most Tropical Lilies will only comeback if they are in warmer climates. . In addition to the beauty a water lily will add to your water garden, Water lilies also provide cover to your water feature, which will help keep algae growth down and protect your fish from predators!
HARDY WATER LILIES (nymphaea)
The hardy water lily is one of the most desired and popular water garden plants out there. They produce magnificent blooms from Spring into late Fall. Most hardy water lilies are perennials in zones 3-10. Check your zone to see your location. Hardy water lilies are available in white, red, pink, yellow, changeable, peach/orange, and more colors coming up each year. Hardy water lilies are not just for show but they also have great function to offer refuge to your fish, refuge to young frye (fish babies) shading your pond to block the sun which helps to reduce algae growth, absorbing excess nutrients from the water, insulating the water from temperature swings, and the pads provide a place for small creatures like frogs to sit and rest.

Planting Hardy Water Lilies:
There are many methods to planting Water Lilies. It is best to plant hardy water lilies in a heavy clay garden soil.  Light-weight organic compost or potting mix will float out of the container and not keep your water lily planted. The crown of the water lily (the growing end) should be placed towards the center of the planting container. DO NOT cover the crown of the water lily with soil or gravel. Doing so may kill your water lily. Fertilize your water lily with aquatic fertilizer tablets  during growing months for best results.

Tropical Water Lilies (Nymphaea)
Tropical Water Lilies are a gorgeous addition to any sized water garden! They hold their fragrant blossoms high up out of the water and are available in a number of brilliant colors! Tropical Lilies can have several exquisite blooms at a time! The flowers stay open later in the day than the hardy water lilies and they also bloom later into the season. Tropical lilies can be distinguished at a glance from hardy water lilies in that the leaves are serrated or jagged. Tropical lilies come in either day blooming and night blooming varieties. The day-blooming varieties open several hours after sunrise and stay open until several hours before sunset. Some varieties of tropical water lilies are viviparous (reproduction or growing plantlets on their leaves) which indicates they are more cold tolerant and will continue to bloom through fall in colder climates. The night- blooming varieties will open an hour or two before sunset and remain open as late as noon even on a cloudy day.  For best performance plant tropical water lilies in at least a 2 gallon or larger plant container with a generous amount of heavy garden soil. Even the heaviest of clay soils will work fine w the addition of a little sand (20%)and fertilizer. Fertilize monthly to reach maximum blooming potential!  Depth should be maintained between 6″ and 18″ when first transplanted, and then once established they can be grown from 12″ to 30″ depending on the variety. Water temperatures should be at least 60 degrees before planting tropical water lilies in your water garden.

Planting Tropical Water Lilies:
It is best to plant tropical water lilies in a heavy clay garden soil. Do not use Lightweight organic compost or potting mix as this will float out of the container and not keep your water lily planted. The crown of the water lily (the growing end) should be placed towards the center of the planting container. DO NOT cover the crown of the water lily with soil or gravel. Doing so may kill your water lily. Fertilize your water lily monthly!