Berit Strawn Hardy Peach Waterlily is a small waterlily with pretty, peach colored, cup shaped blooms, outer petals are lighter and pads are lightly mottled. Always a customer favorite!
A dainty specimen for small ponds, tub or container gardens. A delightful little addition to any area of your water garden feature.
Plant in large container using heavy loam soil. Place 1-2' beneath the surface of the water, in full sun and fertilize monthly with pond tabbs or slow release fertilizer. Waterlilies are very heavy feeders.
We use and recommend Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabbs and Landon Granular fertilizer for best bloom and robust plants.
We suggest planting winter hardy waterlilies once the water is consistently 62-65 degrees or better in spring. You can plant anytime during the summer months.
Plant no later in the year than 4-5 weeks before the first frost.