|Morning Glory |
Truly a Morning Glory, this Hardy Lily is at its most beautiful at daybreak when it first opens its large, pink hued petals to the sun.
|Pink Sparkle |
Rose-pink star shaped pedals surround a tight cluster of canary yellow stamens; together they sparkle in the sunlight atop emerald green leaves. An Excellent bloomer Pink Sparkle will be a beautiful addition to any garden. Pink Sparkle can be planted in semi-shade or full sun.
|Rosea Layderkeri |
|Beautiful variegated petals of pink fading to light pink with dark pink veins, atop waxy bronze / purple leaves that turn green as they mature. The beauty of Rosea Layderkeri will bring old world charm and grace to your pond or tub garden. Rosea Layderkeri is a small to medium lily, and planting in full sun will bring you many blooms through out the season. |
|Romantic ruby blossoms lying atop spinach-shaded foliage make this Marliac hybrid a splendid addition to your pond, especially since it will supply you with countless blooms throughout the season. |
|Uber Blush |
The UberBlush’s delicate appearance contradicts its place as one of the hardiest of the Hardy Lilies. It’s star-shaped, vanilla scented blossoms of soft shell pink that give way to ivory at the tips bloom profusely and does equally well in small ponds, gardens or large pools, whether they’re in full or partial sun. The UberBlush opens early in the morning revealing a stunning array of bright yellow stamens set against its shell pink petals that give way to a frosty white at the tips. Its large, wine leaves gradually turn to forest green as the plant grows.
|Broad, rounded deep pink petals tinged with white surround mahogany stamens to create a picture of loveliness in the Marliac hybrid. Peridot green foliage adds the final touch. |
|James Brydon |
First introduced in 1900, James Brydon makes a reappearance 100 years later. Very free flowering, this hardy has brilliant rose-red flowers and is considered one of the finest of the red water lilies. A first choice for tub gardens and small ponds, it also performs well in larger bodies of water.
The unusual multitude of petals on Hollandia gives the blossoms a very distinctive look. With extraordinary symmetry the pale pink petals, show how precise mother nature can be. This hardy water lily will be a beautiful pond addition for many years to come.
|Sweet scented, peony shaped blossoms rise high above forest green foliage in this Marliac hybrid. White sepals and amber stamens accent its carmine dotted, rose petals that deepen with age. Masaniello can be planted in semi-shade if you like. |
|Mme. Julien Chifflot |
In limited supply, Mme. Julien Chifflot has pointed petals of glowing pink highlighted by canary yellow stamens. Under ideal conditions, the blossoms sometimes reach 11 inches in diameter and the emerald leaves a foot in diameter. Mme. Julien Chifflot is an excellent bloomer.
|Eugene de Land |
Note the difference in this flower. The rounded petals and the true color on the perfectly formed flower makes this plant striking. A good bloomer with nice emerald green leaves makes Eugene de Land an interesting addition to the collector water garden. As the name would suggest, it to is a Latour Marliac hybrid and one of Mr. Marliac's favorites. Flower size can be up to 7 or 8 inches in diameter, slightly and pleasantly fragrant. Adaptable to medium and large ponds.
|Mrs. Richmond |
|A noticeable and pleasant fragrance graces the first-day blooms of Mrs. Richmond. The inner petals of each blossom are pinkish-red and highly flecked while the outer petals are lighter and tipped with white. Peony-shaped flowers are large, 6-7" across. With a profusion of large bi-colored flowers, Mrs. Richmond is an excellent choice for medium to large ponds. |