Sulphurea Yellow Hardy Lily (Nymphaea sp. "Sulphurea"), plant with bulb
Sulphurea Hardy Lily is a longtime pond classic known for its massive blooms and wonderful fragrance!
Sulphurea Hardy Lily (Nymphaea sp. "Sulphurea") is a small to medium hardy lily that is excellent for small to medium ponds. It can also be used in larger ponds as long as they are not too deep, but it will not typically grow to a larger size with more space. This lily variety was developed over a century ago and is still a mainstay among garden pond enthusiasts. It is very fragrant and has exceptionally large flower blooms with good care.
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***PLEASE NOTE - This plant can sometimes arrive as a bulb with no leaves attached. This is normal, and in most cases, new leaves will sprout within a few weeks. If your lily bulb loses its leaves upon arrival, please plant it as usual if the bulb is still firm and healthy. If it does not begin to re-sprout, please contact us and we will honor our live arrival guarantee and replace it or credit you!
What We Like About This Plant:
- Large and fragrant yellow and white blooms
- Hardy and adaptable in most pond settings
- Grows to impressive size
- Colorful foliage
- Undemanding in care
- Planting Depth: Initially submerge in 6 - 18 inches of water. As the plant grows, depth can be increased to as much as 30" (except for dwarf varieties, which must be kept at 10 - 12 inches depth).
- Exposure: Full sun to part shade
- Average Petals Per Bloom: 20 - 25
- Bloom Diameter: 5 - 6 inches, 10-12 inches with optimal care
- Mature Plant Spread: 3 - 6 feet
- USDA Hardiness Zones: 4 - 11
- Planting Instructions: Lilies prefer to be planted near the top of the potting soil. Fill an 8-inch or larger pot or planting bag roughly two-thirds full with a sand/heavy soil mix. Make a mound in the center of the pot with a handful of soil. Place the root or rhizome on the mound and spread the roots out over the mound. Use soil to cover the plant roots, but do not cover the crown of the bulb. Only top off the pot with lava rock or gravel if necessary to prevent fish from uprooting the lily.
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