Cynthia Ann Waterlily is a unique and unusual, hardy waterlily in creamy shades of coppery-peach! This petite specimen is a PROLIFIC BLOOMER! The magnificent blooms are on unusually l- o- n- g stems, placing the flower further out in the water amongst the pads. The elfin flowers on Cynthia Ann Waterlily are small but delightful and the lily pads are green. Add Cynthia Ann Waterlily to your small pond or container garden--enjoy flowers on your waterlily all summer until frost!
Plant your Cynthia Ann Waterlily in a 10 - 12 inch (in diameter) container using loam soil. Place 6 - 12 inches beneath the surface of the water in full sun. Fertilize your waterlily once a month for strong, healthy plants and best bloom! REMINDER, you will have to place your Cynthia Ann Waterlily below the freeze line in the winter and raise it again for growth in the spring and summer.
We recommend and sell Landon Granular Fertilizer or Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs for optimum growth and best bloom!