Barbara Dobbins Waterlily
Barbara Dobbins Hardy Waterlily is a lovely variety with superb, peachy-pink blooms complemented with ever so slightly mottled, green pads. Flowers are often 4 - 6 inches across on this beautiful waterlily specimen and Barbara Dobbins Waterlily blooms all season long! Barbara Dobbins Waterlily is a perennial plants that was hybridized by Kirk Strawn in 1996. Barbara Dobbins Hardy Waterlily has a 4 - 6 foot spread and looks great in medium or large ponds!
Plant your Barbara Dobbins waterlily in a wide, shallow container using loam soil. Place the waterlily container 6 inches beneath the surface of the water, in full sun. Once the waterlily is established--you may place it lower up to 24 inches beneath the surface of the water, in full sun.
Fertilize your waterlilies once each month throughout the growing and blooming season. Simply press 3 or 4 slow release fertilizer tabs into the soil around the roots of your waterlily, taking care not to damage the roots. We use, sell and recommend 'Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs' for optimum growth, best bloom and ease of use.