Nymphaea 'James Brydon'
Beautiful globular flowers of purplish red, very intense; is an very old variety created in 1900 also suitable positions of partial shade, its flowers open even with overcast skies. This water lily occupies an area of 1 square meter and should be placed at a depth of 40-80 cm. Is one of the oldest water lilies.
Nymphaea 'James Brydon' has purplish red flowers, very intense, the diameter of 13 cm, the flower is made up of about 25-28 spoon petals.
He leaves in diameter 15-20 cm color brown purple with some light darker spot.
It occupies a space of 1 square meter and must be planted at a depth of 40 - 80 cm. This water lily is one of the oldest.
It tolerates partial shade and blooms positions even when the sky is overcast.
Bred by Dreer Nurseries in 1900. Probably from Nymphaea alba rubra.
On sale from April to October.
- 0 cm, on the water surface.
- Sun Exposure:
- Partial shade to shade
- Planting depth from the surface of the water:
- from 40 to 80 cm
- Medium size
- USDA Zone 5a: to -28.8 °C (-20 °F)
- 1 plant per square meter.
- Bloom Time:
- May - September
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