Suwanna water lily 100+ seeds "Nymphaea Spp."
Suwanna water lily "Nymphaea Spp." flowering seeds "100+ seeds/order"
We ship seeds by airmail and it will take only 7-15 days depend on destination.
Some Country will need to attached with Phyto Sanitary Certificate which we provide free of charge.
We have experience to ship seeds world wide, for example USA, Japan, Australia, Canada and etc.
Growing instruction will attached with the parcel.
Growing Waterlilies From Seed
We fully realize that growing from seed can be an interesting and inexpensive way for people to get started as compared with buying rhizomes or plants.
Seeds can be sprouted in warm water and potted individually, we prefer to plant them before they sprout. The number of seeds determines container size, everything from small pots to dish pans to small ponds. Put a layer of soil in the bottom, add water to the brim, level and compact the soil once it has settled from filling with water. We then distribute the seeds as evenly as possible over the soil and drizzle a thin layer of white sand through the water over the seeds. This helps to anchor them and to see them as they sprout. Adding water after putting the seeds are put in can dislodge them, as can placing the container in a pond.
When seedlings have made several floating leaves in smaller containers, we carefully dig them up and pot them individually. In small ponds designed for seedlings we let plants grow to blooming stage and then remove them, either to propagate or discard, making more space for still developing seedlings.
A water lily is an aquatic plant belonging to the genus Nymphaea. There are Tropical (annual) water lilies, and Hardy (perennial) water
Tropical water lilies are best planted when daytime temperature averages 70 F, or from May 25 to September 1 (Long Island zone 7). They need at least 4 hours of direct sunlight daily, but the more sun the better. Water temperature should be at least 65-70 F, but even warmer is better! Tropical water lilies are noted for their delightful fragrance, long blooming season and rich colors. They come in white, pink, yellow, purple and blue. They can cover a surface area anywhere between 5 square feet to over 100 square feet depending on the variety of lily and size of container it is planted in. They are heavy root feeders and should be fertilized once or twice a month during growing season. Night bloomers are not fragrant, need at least 6 hours direct sunlight, and cover more square footage than day bloomers. Here on Long Island, tropical water lilies usually stop flowering with the first heavy freeze (mid to late November).
Water lilies are best suited to ponds about 3 feet deep. They need deeper water to flourish in general. Waterlilies are strong aquatic plants that root firmly in soil and debris at the bottom of natural ponds. Leaves float on water surface. Some water lily types only flower at night, while others are highly scented.
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