Nymphaea 'Indiana' is a variety of water lily remontant with cupped flowers of 9-10 cm and iridescent. The first opening day are yellow orange, the second day they become orange and the third day are red - orange; They are formed by 15 - 19 petals.
The leaves are green with the small irregular purple spots, have a 8 - 10 cm in diameter.
It occupies a space of 75 cmq and must be planted at a depth of 30 - 50 cm. He loves the hot water, good for small ponds, tubs and vats, even above ground and especially for hot areas. Not sensitive to frost.
It was bred by Latour-Marliac Nursery in 1912.
The hardy water lilies are sold by mail order from April to October.