Hardy Waterlily with changing flowers, the first day are yellow - cream the third day are red orange. Variety slow growing and compact, suitable for small ponds, ideal in bowls and basins. Marliac 1895
Hardy White Water Lily with small star-shaped flowers that also tolerates the Partial shade. Variety very adaptable, ideal for a pond or even a bowl. Suitable for 15 - 50 cm depth. Marliac 1910.
Small hardy water lily, changeable, and very floriferous with star-shaped flowers. The first day is yellow - pink and third days are red - orange. Occupies an area of 1.2 square meters and be positioned at a depth of 40 - 60 cm. Suited to southern Italy.
Hardy Waterlily dwarf but very floriferous. Has cupped flowers of dark red color of 8 cm. A plant occupies an area of 75 cm in diameter. Planting depth from 30 to 50 cm. Excellent for small ponds. Breeder: Slocum 1989.
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.