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
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.