Cliff Tiffany Waterlily is a splendid, yellow waterlily with lily pads that are almost all red ! An exciting combination that will add interest in your water garden this year! This is another new, striking selection in the water garden arena! The lovely, yellow flowers are similar to Texas Dawn, but this new foliage is really exceptional, as the red pads add an unusual element in the pond. Cliff Tiffany looks amazing when planted in between a waterlily with green pads and one with highly mottled pads. When the pads are different, it showcases each variety of waterlily beautifully!
Plant your Cliff Tiffany Waterlily in a wide, shallow container using loam soil. Place the non growing end against the side of the container. Make sure the roots are in soil and that the crown is not buried. Place the waterlily container in shallow water, with the entire waterlily beneath the surface of the water until the plant is established. Make sure the waterlily is in full sun. Once the plant is established, you may place the waterlily up to two feet beneath the surface of the water.
Fertilize your waterlilies once a month with Fertilizer Tabs for optimum bloom and robust plant growth.
Plant your Cliff Tiffany Waterlily in a large (2 - 7 gallon or larger) containers using heavy loam soil, place 1 - 2 feet beneath the surface of the water, in full sun (5+ hours) per day. Fertilize during the growing/blooming season as waterlilies are very heavy feeders!
We recommend and sell Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs+Humates as well as Landon's Granular Fertilizer for optimum growth and best bloom!