Waterlily with flower-shaped cup with petals very long and pointed, the intense white color. Variety of medium-large size can get to cover an area of 1.5 meters in diameter. To grow to 40 - 80 cm depth. Marliac 1910.
Hardy Waterlily with simple white flowers shaped like a cup. It occupies a space of 0.8 m in diameter and must be planted at a depth of 40 - 60 cm. For natural swimming pools of medium and small size. Sturtevant 1892.
Hardy Water Lily with double flowers of white to cream color and composed of many petals. Cultivated on small and medium-sized ponds in that it requires a depth of 30-70 cm and plant occupies a surface area ranging from 60 to 180 cm. Strawn 1997.
Hardy Waterlily with globose flowers of pure white color, very elegant, which close late afternoon, tolerates Partial shade. It has a compact growth and should planted at a depth of 100-120 cm, suitable for medium to large ponds. J.B.L. Marliac 1914
Hardy Water Lily with large flowers pure white star-shaped. To be planted in ponds medium and large size, needs a planting depth ranging from 90 to 120 cm. One of the variety that produces flowers larger, occupies a space of 150 cm diameter. Marliac 1910.
Simple white flowers formed from 23 -26 petals. It occupies an area reads 1 - 1.2 m. It can be planted at a depth ranging from 40 to 60 inches deep, is of medium-large size, to be placed in full sun, hardy varieties very common.
This variety of water lily produces star-shaped flowers with pure white color very large (18cm in diameter), occupies an area of 1.4 square meters and must be planted at a depth of 40-80 cm.P. Slocum, 1990 On sale from March to September.
Hardy Water Lily, pure white flowers. Requires a depth of implant from 100 to 150 cm from the surface of the water. Very vigorous plant, ideal on lakes and natural swimming pools very deep.
Very dwarf lily, with white star-shaped flowers. It can also be grown in bowls, or be planted in shallow areas of the pond, the rhizome should be placed at 10-40 cm depth from the surface of the water. Latour-Marliac 1905.