Hermine Hardy White Waterlily is an exquisite white waterlily that was hybridized in 1910 by Latour-Marlaic. It is an exquisite, white waterlily with tulip flowers with long, white, pointed petals and yellow stamens. The pads are solid green. Enjoy this vintage waterlily, a standout in any pond or water garden, especially pretty in small ponds or container gardens.
Hermine is a lovely, small, hardy waterlily that is free flowering and very easy to grow.
Plant in a wide, shallow container using heavy loam soil and place 1 - 2 feet beneath the surface of the water, in full sun. Fertilize every three weeks with a slow release fertilizer or pond tabs. Waterlilies are very heavy feeders! We recommend and sell Landon Granular Fertilizer or Pond Tabs + Humates for optimum growth and best bloom!