Nymphaea 'Denver'

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.

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Size:Medium size
Planting depth from the surface of the water:from 30 to 70 cm
Height:0 cm, on the water surface.
Sun Exposure:Full sun
Bloom Time:May - September
Flower Color:White
Leaf color:Green
Hardiness:USDA Zone 5b: to -26.1 °C (-15 °F)
Ease of Growth:Easy
Name of breeder:Strawn
Year of hybridization:1997
Family:Nymphaeaceae

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The Water Lily 'Denver' is a variety that produces delicate double flowers of white color slightly tending to cream, with a diameter of 7-10 cm composed of 46-48 petals. Its leaves are deep green with curved edges and speckled with red, have a diameter of 12- 16 cm. It 'great to be grown in small to medium sized ponds in that it requires a depth of 30-70 cm plant and occupies a surface area ranging from 60 to 180 cm.

Hybridized in 1997 by Kirk Strawn. Obtained from the intersection between Nymphaea 'Rembrandt' x Nymphaea mexicana.

On sale from March to September

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Nymphaea 'Denver'

Nymphaea 'Denver'

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.