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Nymphaea 'Lemon Mist'
Hardy Waterlily very flourishing with cream-colored flowers, emerging and slightly fragrant. To be cultivated to a depth of 30 - 80 cm, occupies an area of a diameter of 120-150 cm. For use on Natural Swimming Pools, of medium size. Stawn 1997.
The Waterlily 'Lemon Mist' has emerging flowers and lightly scented, yellow cream, more intense in the center.
At the beginning of the season they are cupped with recurved petals inward while in summer they become slightly starred with lying flat petals. The flowers have a diameter of 12-20 cm composed of 38-40 petals.
The leaves are round Initially green with slight reddish spots that become more intense, have a 18 - 23 cm in diameter.
It should be grown in full sun and tolerates depth 30 to 80 cm under water, it occupies an area of 120 - 150 cm in diameter. For use of bio-lakes and large ponds.
Obtained by Nymphaea 'Louise Villemarette' x Nymphaea mexicana.
Bred by Dr. Kirk Stawn in 1997.
- 0 cm, on the water surface.
- Sun Exposure:
- Full sun
- Planting depth from the surface of the water:
- from 30 to 80 cm
- USDA Zone 5b: to -26.1 °C (-15 °F)
- Bloom Time:
- May - September
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