Nymphaea 'Perry's Double White' is a variety of water lily that produces star-shaped flowers of 18 cm diameter white color and pleasantly scented. Less vigorous of Nymphaea Double Yellow. The flower is made up of about 39-46 petals lanceolate. Its leaves are deep green maximum of 45 cm size. It can cover an area of 1.2 square meters and should be planted at a depth of 40-80 cm below the surface. This lily is great if placed in tanks of stone; its color and its star-shaped juxtaposed the stone create a great visual effect. medium to large ponds.
Created in 1990 Perry Slocum hybridizer from Waterlily 'richardsonii'.
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